AFC Leopards keeper faces former employer, Kamura ruled out

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Abdalla will partner Joshua Mawira in the defence while Kerizon Kizito has been dropped to the bench

Gabriel Andika starts in goal for AFC Leopards as he faces his former employer, Western Stima in the Kenyan Premier League match on Saturday.

Ingwe head coach, Robert Matano handed Salim Abdalla a return back to the starting line up in the absence of injured Robinson Kamura.

Kamura was involved in a road accident on Friday morning on his way to training and could not shake off the injury in time for the clash.

Abdalla will partner Joshua Mawira in the defence while Kerizon Kizito has been dropped to the bench.

Dancun Otieno makes his 17th league start this season as Alexis Kitenge and Vincent Oburu lead Ingwe’s hunt for a second successive win. The Burundian, Kitenge is yet to score for Ingwe since he crossed to the den last June from Burundi. Oburu and Victor Majjid return to the squad from Spain where they took part in two friendly matches with KPL-AllStars.

Leopards are going into the clash with two wins in the last two matches including a 1-0 win against highly ranked Bandari FC two weeks ago.

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Squad: Gabriel Andika, Dennis Sikhayi, Mousa Mudde, Abdalla Salim, Joshua Mawira, Duncan Otieno (C), Aziz Okaka, Victor Majid, Alexis Kitenge, Hyvonne Isuza, Vincent Oburu.

Subs: Ian Otieno, Micheal Kibwage, Haroun Nyakha, Keziron Kizito, Marcellus Ingosti, Ray Omondi, Samuel Ndung'u

 

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