Football Kenya Federation( FKF) premier league matches set for weekend will proceed as earlier planned according to FKF transition committee member in charge of leagues and competitions Ali Amour.
Speaking on Wednesday at Nyayo national stadium, Amour reiterated committee’s mandate to deliver a well run league whose culmination is due in four weeks time.
“Our mandate is to restore the lost glory of football in the country and I want to assure all our teams taking part in KPL,NSL,WPL that the remaining matches before the season concludes will go on as expected. We want to finish on a high and it’s all systems go hence there should be no cause for alarm ahead of season completion” he said.
It is a three horse race for the tussle to win the 2021-2022 top flight title with Kakamega Homeboys, defending champions Tusker FC and Bandari all scrambling for the top prize.
Bandari who beat newcomers Vihiga Bullets last Sunday have closed the gap on joint leaders Tusker and Kakamega Homeboyz to three points with four matches left till the end of the season.
Tusker and Homeboyz are tied on 56 points after Homeboyz were docked three points after the relegation of Mathare United on Saturday.
The 2008 champions had missed three matches against Bandari, Ulinzi Stars and Sofapaka and were officially relegated to the National Super League by the FKF Transition Committee.
Former Kenyan International Benard Mwalala’s charges have a herculean task as they face both Gor Mahia and AFC Leopards back to back before travelling away to FC Talanta prior to winding up their season at home against Kariobangi Sharks
The brewers on the other hand will take on Nzoia Sugar on Sunday before playing away to Bidco United in Thika and conclude their season at home against Posta Rangers.Their clash against against Mathare United is cancelled after the Slum boys were relegated from top tier.