It is going to be an interesting league match for two reasons: one, Bandari will be aiming at avenging the Super Cup final defeat against the William Muluya led side.
Secondly, the Sharks will be targeting to get maximum points to reduce the gap between them and leaders Mathare United/Bandari - who are sharing the top spot with twenty-five points each.
|Game||Kariobangi Sharks vs Bandari|
|Date||Saturday, February 16|
|Time||3.00pm Kenyan Time|
TV Channel, Live Stream & How To Watch
In Kenya, the game will be shown live on KTN Burudani.
|DSTV channel||Free-to-air channel|
Squads & Team News
Nixon Omondi was red carded in the game against Kakamega Homeboyz during the mid-week clash, and now joins the likes of Patillah Omotto and Geoffrey Shiveka, who are out injured.
Probable XI for Kariobangi Sharks: Oyemba, Bodo, Kuol, Teka, Juma, Yidah, Oyugi, Juma H, Kapaito, Wasambo and Lokale.
|Defenders||Nicholas Mejja & Francis Nkata|
Nkata and Mejja suffered knocks in their recent outing and are unfit to face Sharksin the match to be played at the Kasarani.
The duo has now joined Wilberforce Lugogo, who was injured during the Super Cup matches in Tanzania. However, captain Felly Mulumba and forward Abdalla Hassan are fit to play.
Probable XI for Bandari: Shikhalo, Otieno, Odhiambo, Mulumba, Agade, Luvutsi, Abdalla, Siraj, Mwana, Wadri and Ochomo.
Sharks have won three of the team's last four games against Bandari in the Kenyan Premier League. The William Muluya led side has won with an identical 1-0 score line and the only game they lost was last year away, by three goals.
Sixth placed hosts will cut the gap between them and the coastal-based side to just a point only if they manage to get maximum points. However, the strikers have to dig deep considering the fact that they have scored just thirteen goals this season.
The Dockers have managed to get eighteen goals in the twelve games played but will have to be worried with the defense that has conceded thirteen goals already.
Sharks have won three matches played at home, drawn once and lost as many while Bandari has won just one of its last five away games, losing once and drawing the rest.