Stima, Ushuru to clash in Naivasha in midweek NSL action

The National Super League (NSL) will return on Wednesday 18 September with round 4 of this season’s campaign seeing all 10 of the round’s fixtures being staged across different venues in the country.

The Camp Toyoyo will be the busiest ground of the day with a double-header that will receive live broadcast on Bamba Sport but the day’s highlight clash will be at the Karuturi grounds where league leaders Nairobi Stima will play host to Ushuru FC.

100% start

Stima sit at the top thanks to a huge goal difference and are one of only two teams so far in the season with a 100% start. Ushuru on their part lie joint 3rd with seven points garnered from two wins and a draw.

Three teams so far, at the bottom end of the log, are yet to put their first points on the board and they will look to end this barren run on Wednesday.

Debutants Northern Wanderers and APs Bomet as well as Kenya Police have all suffered losses in their opening three matches and they will all be away in this round.

Below are all the fixtures of the round;

Kibera Balck Stars vs Administration Police – Camp Toyoyo – Live – 1PM

FC Talanta vs Coast Stima – Camp Toyoyo – Live – 3:15PM

Vihiga Bullets vs Modern Coast Rangers – Bukhungu Stadium – 1PM

Vihiga United vs Murang’a Seal – Mumias – 1PM

Mt Kenya United vs Kenya Police – Ruaraka – 3PM

Migori Youth vs Northern Wanderers – Awendo – 3PM

Bidco United vs Nairobi City Stars – Thika – 3PM

Nairobi Stima vs Ushuru FC – Karuturi – 3PM

Fortune Sacco vs APs Bomet – Kirinyanga Stadium – 3PM

Shabana vs St Joseph Youth – Gusii Stadium – 3PM