Potential excitement in store as Kenya Cup heads into the business end

There are a total of six fixtures on the cards as the Kenya Cup resumes following a two week break for the end of year festivities. With the race for playoff qualification the key focus over the seven remaining fixture, expect each team to go all out,setting the stage for potential excitement as the race to make the top six hots up. The battle against relegation is equally frantic, no team willing to cede ground in the quest for survival too.

Current leaders and form side Kabras Sugar head into match day ten with a clash away to Top Fry Nakuru who come into this fixture placed fifth. This is one of two fixtures taking place in the Central Rift Valley town of Nakuru, the other one pitting sixth placed Menengai Oilers against seventh placed Stanbic Mwamba at the Moi Showground.

Second placed KCB, the Kenya Cup defending champions will be at home to eleventh placed Blak Blad at the KCB Sports Club.

Third placed Homeboyz take on fourth placed Resolution Impala Saracens at the Jamhuri Park with tenth placed Kenya Harlequin dueling against bottom of the table Kisumu at the RFUEA Ground.

Eighth placed Nondescripts play away to ninth placed Western Bulls at The Bull Ring in Kakamega.

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