The AFC Leopards’ ferocious claws will be unleashed this Sunday against traditional rivals Gor Mahia at 3:00 PM at the Nyayo International Stadium.
The Leopards are leaving nothing to chance as they announce a return of their football might more confidently after defeating Police FC 1-0 in Wednesday’s Kenya Premier League encounter.
This is the 93rd time Ingwe is meeting K’Ogalo, and fans from both sides are ecstatic about the clash and hoping the best for their teams.
The Leopards are seeking to rise in the KPL table and put themselves at a better chance to win the league title. They are now at position 7 within 17 points, way below their rivals K’Ogalo who are 3rd with 23 points, slightly trailing Tusker FC (24 points) and Nzoia Sugar (24 points).
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