NSL goes down to the wire as trio battle for title

Charles Okwemba - Ushuru
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League leaders Ushuru will be up against second-placed Vihiga United in the highlight fixture

Three teams are all in the race to be crowned the 2017 National Super League Champions this weekend.

Ushuru, Vihiga United and Wazito all stand a chance of lifting the title when the lower tier league winds up on Saturday.

League leaders Ushuru will be up against second-placed Vihiga United in the highlight fixture of the season finale at the Mumias Sports Complex as Wazito tackle Kenya Police at the Narok County Stadium.

A win for Wazito will guarantee the side automatic promotion to the Kenyan Premier League next season while the clash in Mumias is set to be a winner takes it all contest.

A draw will lock out both Wazito and Vihiga United while for Ushuru, a draw will be enough to guarantee promotion.

Ushuru is top with 78 points, one above Vihiga who are tied on with third-placed Wazito on 77 points.

KCB will be up against Modern Coast Rangers at Camp Toyoyo. 

With 74 points and three behind third-placed Wazito, the Bankers have a slim chance of promotion.

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Relegated  MOSCA will face another relegation candidate, Administration Police at Camp Toyoyo.

The officers are in danger of relegation if they lose to MOSCA, but have a six-goal cushion against their challengers Agro Chemical.