Playoff hopes and local bragging rights will be at stake when sixth placed Top Fry Nakuru take on cross town rivals Menengai Oilers in Kenya Cup’s Nakuru derby at the Nakuru Athletic Club on Saturday 25 January 2020. This is undoubtedly the highlight fixture on match day 12. Oilers come into this clash placed 5th on 30 points, just one place and one point ahead of Nakuru whom they defeated 31-5 in the first leg encounter at the Moi Showground on 26 October 2019.
There are two potentially exciting fixtures on Ngong Road, ninth placed Kenya Harlequin playing host to third placed Homeboyz at the RFUEA Ground as they seek to avenge their 26-11 first leg defeat. Fourth placed Resolution Impala Saracens will take on eighth placed Nondescripts across the fence at the Impala Club. Impala won the first leg fixture 26-14 at Jamhuri Park
Seventh placed Stanbic Mwamba play “at home” to tenth placed Blak Blad at the Strathmore University ground in Madaraka. The first leg encounter between these two sides ended 34-27 to Mwamba at the Kenyatta University.
Leaders Kabras Sugar make the short trip to the Mamboleo Showground where they come up against bottom of the table Kisumu whom they defeated 89-0 in the first leg.
Second placed KCB, 48-11 first leg winners over Western Bulls make the journey to Kakamega for their return leg clash against their opponents who are currently placed eleventh on the log.