D-day for Ushuru and Nairobi Stima as NSL comes to a close

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The two are fighting for third place finish that will give them a chance of playing in top flight, but after facing Nakumatt in play-offs

Ushuru FC and Nairobi Stima will know their fate on Saturday as the National Super League comes to a close.

The two are fighting for the third place finish that will give them a chance of playing in the Kenyan Premier League, but after facing Nakumatt in the play-offs. The power men are sitting third on the log with 68 points, same as the tax men, who enjoy an inferior goal difference.

Nairobi Stima will have to claim maximum points against the already promoted KCB at Camp Toyoyo, with Ken Kenyatta's side facing troublesome Bidco United at Kenyatta Stadium, Machakos.

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In other matches, Western Stima, who have also been promoted, will face Talanta FC, aiming to win the game to be crowned. Relegated GFE 105 will take on Migori Youth, who have escaped the chop by a whisker, while the other relegated side, Nakuru All Stars will tackle Modern Coast Rangers.

Thika United and Wazito FC have already been relegated to the second tier.

Final NSL fixtures are as follows: Kenya Police vs Coast Stima (Karuturi Grounds, 2 pm), Nairobi City Stars vs Green Commandos (Hope Center, 2 pm), Ushuru vs Bidco United (Machakos Stadium, 2 pm), KCB vs Nairobi Stima (Camp Toyoyo, 2 pm), Migori Youth vs GFE 105 (Awendo Stadium, 2 pm), Kisumu All Stars vs Kibera Black Stars (Moi Stadium, 11 am), Western Stima vs Talanta (Moi Stadium Kisumu, 2 pm), Kangemi All Stars vs St. Joseph’s Youth (Ruaraka Grounds, 2 pm) and Modern Coast Rangers vs Nakuru All-Stars (Mbaraki Grounds, 2 pm).

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