Mathare United out to avenge Sofapaka lose

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The ‘Slum Boys’ will visit 2009 champions away in Narok on Wednesday as they look to overturn the first-leg lose

Mathare United will be looking forward to move away from the relegation zone when they take on Sofapaka in the mid-week match.

The ‘Slum Boys’ will visit 2009 champions away in Narok on Wednesday as they look to overturn the first-leg defeat to Batoto Ba Mungu.

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The opening fixture between both sides ended 2-1 in favour of Sofapaka.

Mathare United, who currently sit 15th on the table with 31 points, just two above danger zone; will be without goalkeeper Wycliffe Kasaya and Roy Syamba, who are still sidelined due to knee injuries.

Mathare United will meet a confident Sofapaka side that are on third place with 48 points, behind champions, Gor Mahia and former champions, Tusker who occupies the first two slots.

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