KPL: Going gets tough for Thika and Nakumatt FC

Thika United and Nakumatt FC continue to find the going tough in the Kenyan Premier League with twelve rounds of matches already played in the 2018 season.

The two sides sit at the bottom of the table having managed to win just a single match each.

12 rounds have already been played in the 2018 Kenyan Premier League season and the top flight has already taken shape of title contenders and relegation candidates.

While leaders Gor Mahia have registered eight wins in nine matches so far, Nakumatt has managed just one win in 12 matches and they two sides sit at opposite ends of the table.

Kogalo lead the way to the title while Nakumatt are leading the way to relegation. Gor Mahia have 25 points at the top of the table, edging Mathare United who are second on 23 points while Ulinzi Stars make the top three with 19 points.

Bandari, Posta Rangers, AFC Leopards and Sofapaka are all tied on 18 points each in positions 4-7 respectively, while Chemelil Sugar just sneak into 8th position on 17 points.

Nzoia Sugar and Kakamega Homeboyz make the ten best on 16 points each. Thika and Nakumatt are at the bottom of the table with just one win each and are in danger of the axe at the end of the season alongside Sony Sugar who are 16th on the table.

Former champions Tusker, surprisingly find themselves in danger of the axe in 15th position, something that has forced the club to wave goodbye to coach Sam Ssimbwa.

Tusker have just won two of the 11 matches they have played so far this season.




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