Nine NSL matches lined up as leaders Western Stima takes on Green Commandos

KCB in action
Second-placed KCB will battle it out against third-placed Nairobi City Stars

A win for Western Stima over Green Commandos away in Kakamega will draw them closer to gaining promotion into the Kenyan Premier League next season.

Stima are currently top of the National Super League standings with 70 points and three more in Bukhungu will leave them requiring just four more to secure their place in the top tier in December.

Second-placed KCB will also be in action when they visit Hope Centre, where they will battle it out against third-placed Nairobi City Stars.

City Stars are just one point behind the bankers and the tie is expected to be a tough one with both teams needing maximum points to stay within a safe distance with leaders, Western Stima. The fixtures are among the nine games lined up as the league enters round 34.

Nakuru All-Stars will be seeking to bounce back from a two-match winless streak when they take on Nairobi Stima at the Karuturi Grounds that will also host a clash between Kenya Police and Kisumu All-Stars.

Kibera Black Stars will host Ushuru at the Hope Centre before paving the way for a clash between Nairobi City Stars and KCB from 3 pm.

Weekend Fixtures: St Joseph Youth vs Modern Coast Rangers (Afraha Stadium, 12 pm), Kibera Black Stars vs Ushuru (Hope Center, 1 pm), Kangemi All-Stars vs Migori Youth (Camp Toyoyo, 2 pm), Coast Stima vs Administration Police (Mbaraki Sports Club, 3 pm), Green Commandos vs Western Stima (Bukhungu Stadium, 3 pm), Bidco United vs FC Talanta (Thika Stadium, 3 pm), Nairobi City Stars vs KCB (Hope Center, 3 pm), Kenya Police vs Kisumu All Stars (Karuturi Grounds, 1 pm) LIVE on Bamba Sports, Nairobi Stima vs Nakuru All-Stars (Karuturi Grounds, 3.15 pm) LIVE on Bamba