AFC Leopards aiming to bounce back against Western Stima

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Ingwe has not been performing well especially in Kenyan Premier League, with their latest outing being 2-0 defeat to Sharks

AFC Leopards will take on Nairobi Stima in GOtv Shield round of 32 clash on Saturday.

Ingwe has not been performing well especially in Kenyan Premier League, with their latest outing being 2-0 defeat against Kariobangi Sharks. It is something that affected the teams as explained by captain Duncan Otieno; but he is optimistic Ingwe will bounce back. "It is true the 2-0 defeat against Sharks affected us because we really wanted to win that game.

"But it has already happened and we have to focus on our next game, that is Stima. It is a good team, we are aware of that, but we are prepared and ready to face them. Our objective right now is to win in all matches whether it is in the league or not, that is what we are working on," Otieno told Goal.

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The match will be played at Mumias Complex from 3.00pm.

GOtv Shield weekend fixtures Saturday: Zetech University vs Kakamega Homeboyz (Mumias), AFC Leopards vs Nairobi Stima (Mumias), Mwatate vs Butterfly (Wundanyi Stadium), Kenpoly vs Kariobangi Sharks (Machakos), Nakumatt vs Modern Coast Rangers (Machakos), Ulinzi vs Sony Sugar (Afraha), Karatina Homeboyz vs GFE 105 (Thika), Sofapaka vs Western Stima (Thika) and Young Divers vs Eldoret Youth (Mbaraki).

Sunday: Coast Stima vs Nzoia Sugar (Mbaraki), Wazito vs KCB (Camp Toyoyo), Ushuru vs Vihiga United (Camp Toyoyo), Bidco United vs Rainforest (Thika), Gor Mahia vs Bandari (Thika), Taqwa vs Savannah Cement (Kinoru) and Tusker vs Palos (Kinoru).

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