Nzoia Sugar head coach Nicholas Muyoti is optimistic ahead of clash with Sofapaka

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Nzoia Sugar heads to the tie having toiled for nine-games without a win

Nzoia Sugar head coach Nicholas Muyoti is optimistic his team will get a positive result against Sofapaka in a Kenyan Premier League match this weekend. 

The Millers have not had a good run of late, going nine games without a win, something that is worrying their fans and stakeholders at large. With Batoto ba Mungu next on the line, Muyoti is hopeful of a good outcome, although he admits it will not be a walk in the park. 

"We have not been doing well for sure, and our main undoing has been on attack where we have been creating chances but finishing has been a problem. It is something we have been working on and I believe, on Saturday things will be different on the pitch. 

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"It is going to be tough for sure but we will give our best. Sofapaka is a good side with experienced players; however, we will do the best to ensure they drop points."

Nzoia is currently 19th on the log, eight places below Sofapaka. 

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