More injury concerns for Ulinzi Stars ahead of a crunch tie against Kariobangi Sharks

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Nandwa scored the lone goal for Ulinzi Stars in the first leg clash between both sides

Dunstan Nyaudo will be without upto four key players when Ulinzi Stars host Kariobangi Sharks in  Kenyan Premier League match on Sunday.

Oscar Wamalwa and Elvis Nadwa joined suspended Michael Otieno and crocked Oscar Injika on the list of the absentee as Ulinzi prepares to host Sharks at Afraha Stadium in Nakuru.

Otieno has been ruled out on disciplinary grounds after he picked his fifth yellow card of the season in the 2-0 victory over Thika United last weekend.

Nyaudo will also need a late assessment on Nadwa who has been down with malaria for most of the week Nandwa scored a brace against Thika, and even though he was used sparingly in the Thursday friendly match against Timsales, the striker remains unlikely to keep his spot in the team.

Nyaudo has more injury worries to deal with after Wamalwa suffered a recurrence of his knee injury and just like Nandwa, he remains unavailable, for now, joining Injika, who is a confirmed absentee with an ankle injury.

“Nandwa is still weak and that, I will say in a major blow for us, because after scoring last week, we’d want him to keep fit and extend that run.

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“Wamalwa will also have to be checked tomorrow after complaining of knee pain in the friendly match, but Injika is ruled out,” he added.

Nandwa scored the lone goal for Ulinzi Stars in the first leg clash between both sides

 

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