Nairobi Stima and KCB on Western Stima neck as NSL promotion race hots up

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Ushuru will be seeking redemption from a three-match winless streak when they face Modern Coas

Nairobi Stima will go joint top with Western Stima in the National Super League standing if they pull a win over Kibera Black Stars on Friday.

Nairobi Stima are three points behind leaders Western Stima, who will take on Kisumu Allstars on Saturday and a victory over Kibera will throw the promotion race to the Kenyan Premier League wide open.

Third-placed KCB will also move to within a point of Western Stima should they wrestle Administration Police to the ground.  

Ushuru will be seeking redemption from a three-match winless streak when they face Modern Coast Rangers starting.

Nairobi City Stars have a date with Bidco United at Hope Center while Green Commandos will face bottom-placed GFE 105 at the Mumias Sports Complex on Saturday.

Fixtures

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Friday: KCB vs Administration Police (Camp Toyoyo), Ushuru vs Modern Coast Rangers (Camp Toyoyo), Kibera Black Stars vs Nairobi Stima (Camp Toyoyo),

Saturday: St. Joseph’s Youth vs Coast Stima (Afraha Stadium, Kangemi All-Stars vs FC Talanta (Camp Toyoyo), Western Stima vs Kisumu All Stars (Moi Stadium Kisumu), Nairobi City Stars vs Bidco United (Hope Center), Green Commandos vs GFE 105 (Mumias Sports Complex, 3 pm)

 

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