Kenya representatives in the CAF Champions League and Confederation Cup Tusker FC and Gor Mahia respectively will have a tight fixture - playing 5 matches in 16 days in October.
On 15th October, Tusker FC will host Zamalek at Nyayo National Stadium for the first leg before traveling to Cairo for the second leg, a week later.
Conversely, Gor Mahia will play Al Ahly Merowe of Sudan Egypt on the same date - 15th October - before hosting the Sudanese side a week later.
On this note; Gor Mahia's fixture against Kariobangi Sharks on 15th October and Tusker FC's against newbies Talanta FC on 16th October have been rescheduled to 27th October, 2021.
Gor Mahia against Ulinzi Stars and Tusker FC against newbies Kenya Police FC set for 23rd and 24th October respectively have been pushed to 3rd November, 2021.
This translates to both Gor Mahia and Tusker playing a match after every 3 days. In October, Gor Mahia will play Al Ahly Merowe twice, play the Mashemeji Derby five days after playing in Egypt, Sofapaka, and Kariobangi Sharks in that order.
On their side, Tusker will play Zamalek twice, then face off with Kakamega Homeboyz, Wazito FC, and Talanta in 16 days.
It will be a tough task for the two FKFPL clubs with a limited squad number. Tusker FC is hit with injuries and has five players in the national team representing the country in FIFA 2022 World Cup Qualifiers on 7th and 10th October, 2021 against Mali.
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