The match was initially set for the refurbished Nyayo Stadium but was moved to Afraha Stadium in Nakuru after officials at the stadium cited security reasons as the reason. However, the match has now been switched back to Nyayo Stadium and it will kick-off at 3pm.
Gor Mahia are leading the 18-team table despite dropping vital points in a 1-1 draw against Thika United last weekend. K’Ogalo have 26 points, two less second placed Ulinzi Stars while champions Tusker are third, also on 24 points.
Posta Rangers, who lost their first match of the season away to Ulinzi Stars on Sunday, have dropped to the fourth spot on 23 points from twelve matches. They have also confirmed the change on their official facebook page.
Coach Sammy ‘Pamzo’ Omollo is confident that losing to Ulinzi Stars will help the mailmen play well against Gor Mahia. “In fact, the defeat may be a blessing in disguise because it has exposed our weaknesses and mistakes, which we will work on before we meet Gor Mahia in our next match.”