After close to a month long break we finally resume action this weekend for our first match of the new year against slum boys Kariobangi Sharks.
Head coach John Baraza will be looking to continue with the impressive ran of results registered before the long break and has called on right attitude on Saturday; ” We are facing a side that is currently not in their best of form but on a good day they are very dangerous and so am warning and at the same time urging the players to give their best to win the match. ”
” We understand they are struggling but we are side who are on a mission and so we are going to utilize every opportunity that comes our way.”
“We are also happy to have a full house, everyone is well and fully fit for the match and so I expect stiff competition for selection and subsequently a win on Saturday.”
Ahead of Saturday clash a look at both sides present form ,we are on a good run with four wins and two draws from the last six matches while our opponents who are presently struggling have lost four and drawn two of their last six outings.
Head to Head meetings
In our most recent six meetings we have played out to three draws, two barren draws and a one all draw, we won once by 2:0 scoreline while our opponents won twice getting the better of us firstly by 1:0 scoreline and secondly beating us by three goals to one.
General camp mood
We are generally good no major injury concerns as most of our sidelined players all returned and are in contention for selection except for Brian Magonya who still sits out after undergoing a knee surgery.
Prices for Saturday’s match will go for 300 bob VIP while regular tickets will cost 100 bob
Venue and time
The match will be played at the Kenyatta Stadium Machakos with kick off time being 2pm.