Defending champions Bandari Football Club have themselves Sofapaka standing in their way as they seek a second successive Betway Shield Cup. Bandari, who dispatched Kenya School of Government in the quarter-finals played on the weekend of February 15th and 16th, play Sofa in one of the round of 16 matches scheduled for the 14th and 15th of March.
Ulinzi Stars meanwhile, after sweating their way past FKF Div 2 side Luanda Villa, will take on Migori Youth in another match as National Super League duo of Bidco United and Fortune Sacco face off in another round of 16 encounters. FC Talanta have a tricky Kariobangi Sharks fixture.
Kisumu All Stars will again be on the road down south to face Keroka Technical after dispatching Nyabururu Sportiff in the round of 32.
The remaining clashes are dominated by the big guns- most having to face one another and the most colossal of them has to be Posta Rangers playing hosts to Gor Mahia FC. AFC Leopards have National Super League side Ushuru FC between them and the quarters.
In another all-top flight battle, Kenya Commercial Bank play Wazito.
The FKF Betway Cup, previously known as the GOtv Shield, is the country’s domestic cup whose winner gets to play in the CAF Confederation Cup. The winner this year will take home Ksh 2 million while second place takes half that.
Full Round of 16 Fixtures:
- Bidco United vs Fortune Sacco
- KCB vs Wazito
- Keroka Technical vs Kisumu All-Stars
- Sofapaka vs Bandari
- FC Talanta vs Kariobangi Sharks
- Posta Rangers vs Gor Mahia
- Ushuru vs AFC Leopards
- Migori Youth vs Ulinzi Stars