Mathare United to miss top keeper against Nakumatt

Wycliffe Kasaya is set to be recalled for duty when the 'Slum Boys' take on Nakumatt in a league match on Sunday

Mathare United will be without the first choice goalkeeper, Levis Opiyo when they face Nakumatt FC on Sunday.

With seven clean sheets for the 'Slum Boys', Opiyo, who has emerged as the first choice custodian after joining the former champions last January, is suspended for the weekend's encounter after picking a straight red card in the league match against Sony Sugar last weekend.

Opiyo's place will be taken by former AFC Leopards goalkeeper, Wycliffe Kasaya, who will earn his fourth start this weekend. 

Youthful keeper, Mark Kioko will provide cover from the bench.

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