Part of the reverse fixture between Gor Mahia and Posta Rangers at the Moi Stadium-Kisumu
Gor Mahia-Posta Rangers release squads for Friday faceoff
By Zachary Oguda | Fri 10 Aug, 2018 15:43

Gor Mahia will be taking on Posta Rangers in a rescheduled Kenyan Premier League (KPL) fixture on Friday 10 August with both teams having named their squads for the face off.

Gor who are the host team have entrusted Boniface Oluoch with the goalkeeping duties with Philemon Otieno, Harun Shakava, Innocent Wafula and Joash Onyango providing cover in defence; Godfrey Walusimbi missing the entire match day squad.

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In midfield, coach Dyllan Kerr has tasked Francis Kahata, Humphrey Mieno and Ernest Wendo with dictating the tempo in the middle of the part with Jacques Tuyisenge who has 12 league goals to his name given another chances to increase his tally as he will be leading the goal onslaught; the Briton giving a start to June recruit Mustafa Francis.

On Rangers side, coach Sammy Omollo has drafted former Muhoroni Youth keeper Gradus Ochieng in between the sticks and will depend on the defence of Simon Mbugua, Collins Omondi, Suleiman Ngotho in defence.

Former AFC Leopards winger Marcellus Ingotsi are among players Omollo will hope to help the team from the bench.

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Gor Mahia Starting XI: Boniface Oluoch (GK), Philemon Otieno, Innocent Wafula, Haron Shakava, Joash Onyango, Ernest Wendo, Francis Kahata, Humphrey Mieno, Francis Mustafa, Jacques Tuyisenge, George Odhiambo

Subs: Shaban Odhonji, Karim Nizigiyamana, Wellington Ochieng, Cercidy Okeyo, Lawrence Juma, Bernard Ondiek, Kevin Omondi

Posta Rangers Starting XI: Gradus Ochieng (GK), Simon Mbugua, Collins Omondi, Suleiman Ngotho, Jerry Santos, Peter Ng’ang’a, Gearson Likonoh, Luis Tera, Peter Ochieng, Cavin Odongo, Joseph Nyaga

Subs: Boniface Baraza, Kennedy Onyango, Joseph Mbugi, Paul Odhiambo, Tistus Achesa, Gilbert Osonga, Marcellus Ingotsi

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Zachary Oguda

Twitter: @zaxoguda

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