Bandari warning to Gor Mahia: Get ready to lose in Mombasa

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K’Ogalo remained unbeaten after 22 matches on Saturday after managing a 2-2 draw against a much improved Nakumatt

Bandari have vowed to break Gor Mahia’s unbeaten run in the Kenyan Premier League this season.

K’Ogalo remained unbeaten after 22 matches on Saturday after managing a 2-2 draw against a much improved Nakumatt side at Machakos Stadium.

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However, Bandari, who floored Posta Rangers 3-1 to move second on the 18-team table, are confident that they can bring to an end Gor Mahia’s good run. Under new coach Bernard Mwalala, the Dockers have gone for four matches without suffering defeat.

A statement on the club’s twitter account as a clear testament that Gor Mahia should be ready for a tough fixture in Mombasa on Tuesday. Gor Mahia won the first leg 2-0 and will be seeking to complete a double over the Dockers.

Mwalala is also happy with the team’s recent run. “We have a good team and what matters is to always win our matches. That is a great progress considering that even my strikers are now scoring goals.”

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