Eight matches have been lined up for Friday 8 November and one more on Saturday 9 November as the FKF National Super League (NSL) enters round 13 across different venues.
The highlight of the weekend action will be the clash between sixth placed Ushuru FC against third placed Bidco at Camp Toyoyo on Friday. In the previous round, Ushuru picked a big win, beating struggling FC Talanta 4-0 while Bidco fell 0-1 at home to Vihiga United.
Ushuru who have so far amassed 20 points, are five adrift of their opponents and a win will move them up to fifth position, however, a win for Bidco tcould see the Thika based side leap back to second place with 28 points.
Meanwhile, Eldoret Youth who recently changed ownership and names, stay bottom with one point and will not be in action this weekend after FKF suspended their matches for the time being.
Kibera Black Stars who haven’t had a good season, with one win and six points so far, will be at Camp Toyoyo on Friday to host APS Bomet who have managed just three wins and 11 points.
Camp Toyoyo will on Friday house three matches; FC Talanta will host league leaders Nairobi City Stars who are so far having a great season. City Stars are only unbeaten side in the season. This match starts at 12pm EAT.
In the only match lined up for Saturday, Shabana will be hosting Kenya Police at Gusii Stadium.
NSL Round 13 Fixtures
Friday 8 November
Mt. Kenya United vs Modern Coast Rangers (Camp Toyoyo, 10 am)
Fortune Sacco vs St. Joseph’s Youth (Kianyaga Stadium, 3 pm)
Kibera Black Stars vs APS Bomet (Camp Toyoyo, 4 pm)
Nairobi Stima vs Administration Police (Karuturi Sports Ground, 3 pm)
Ushuru vs Bidco United(Camp Toyoyo, 2 pm)
FC Talanta vs Nairobi City Stars (Camp Toyoyo, 12 noon)
Vihiga United vs Coast Stima (Mumias Sports Complex, 2 pm)
Migori Youth vs Muranga Seal (Awendo Stadium, 3 pm)
Saturday 9 November
Shabana vs Kenya Police (Gusii Stadium, 3 pm)