KCB in a recent NSL game against Wazito on Sat 5 Nov 2016. The team is back on the pitch on Wed 9 Nov against Nakuru AllStars on Wed 9 Nov at Camp Toyoyo from 3pm
Pending KCB, Kariobangi Sharks' games dated afresh
By Patrick Korir | Mon 07 Nov, 2016 15:27

Two National Super League ties that were pushed from their original dates due to the participation of KCB and Kariobangi Sharks in the GOtv Shield will now be played on Wednesday 9 November 2016.

Sixth placed KCB will host 16th placed Nakuru AllStars at the Camp Toyoyo while third placed Sharks will be away to ninth placed Agro Chemicals at the Furaha grounds. Both games kick off at 3pm.

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Sharks and KCB went all the way to the semis of the domestic Cup after which they settled for third and fourth place, respectively.

Any point for bankers KCB against AllStars will send the team a place up into fifth spot above Vihiga United whom they currently trail on goal difference. Both are on 60 points.

Leonard Saleh's KCB side will parade a four-game, one nil margin win run over Oserian, Nakumatt, Wazito and lately Ligi Ndogo, against AllStars who at the weekend fired blanks against Oserian.

Though they failed to stop Oserian, AllStars will come to town with the form from the week before where they took down Nzoia United 2-1 at Afraha Stadium ending their 31-match unbeaten run.

Sharks on their part carry a 24-match unbeaten run to Furaha against former Premier League side Agro who have won two of their last six games, but none in the last three encounters.

Fixtures – Wed 9 November 2016

Agro Chemicals vs Kariobangi Sharks - Furaha

KCB Vs Nakuru AllStars – Camp Toyoyo

Patrick Korir

Twitter: @tipkorir

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