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Jacques Tuyisenge and the key players for Gor Mahia against Sofapaka in title decider

3:55 PM SGT 11/5/19
Gor Mahia v Ulinzi Stars Dennis Oliech and Harun Shakava.
The Kenyan champions will host Sofapaka in a pivotal Kenyan Premier League match at Moi Stadium in Kisumu on Sunday

Goal parades some of the players that Gor Mahia will rely on to get the win that will move them closer to winning a third straight Kenyan Premier League (KPL) title.

  • Gor Mahia keeper Fredrick Odhiambo.

    #1 Fredrick Odhiambo

    Odhiambo has been influential for K’Ogalo this season, coming to their rescue on several occasions. He was in goal when his team won by a solitary goal back in February and thus managed to keep a cleansheet. He will also be the man to watch this Sunday at Moi Stadium in Kisumu.
  • Geoffrey Ochieng of Gor Mahia v RS Berkane.

    #2 Geoffrey Ochieng

    With Ugandan Shafik Batambuze out injured, the youngster will fill the left back void. He has committed high profile mistakes in the past and Gor Mahia fans hope he has learned his lesson. He has to find ways of dealing with fast Sofapaka wingers or else his team will be in trouble.

  • Gor Mahia defender Joash Onyango v Fred Nyarombo of Western Stima.

    #3 Joash Onyango

    The former Western Stima defender played a huge role in stopping the 2009 league champions when they last met. His aggressiveness will be needed to stop the likes of Kepha Aswani and John Avire from getting in dangerous areas. He has to ensure he stops the attackers outside the danger zone.
  • Dennis Nganga of KCB v Francis Kahata of Gor Mahia.

    #4 Francis Kahata

    The contract rebel still remains an important factor in this Gor Mahia side. He has the ability to penetrate in places a few players can, but will also have to take his chances. Kahata is also a good dead ball specialist and Gor Mahia can capitalize on that to put Batoto ba Mungu to the sword.
  • Samuel Onyango of Gor Mahia v Lobi Stars.j

    #5 Samuel Onyango

    Onyango was the difference in February; his lone goal gave K'Ogalo the vital three points and he will obviously be one of the danger men on Sunday. He has scored six goals for Gor Mahia this season and will definitely be looking for his seventh as he will partner Jacques Tuyisenge upfront.
  • Gor Mahia striker Jacques Tuyisenge celebrates v Tusker.

    #6 Jacques Tuyisenge

    The Rwandan forward is expected to be fit for the title decider after sustaining a knock against Chemelil Sugar in midweek. He has the ability to assist and score, he can dribble as well. He has not been at his best in front of goal this season, scoring just five times but that does not lower his quality for the crucial match.