The Kenya Premier League matches will be back on our screens tomorrow and Wednesday marking matchday 20.
There are eight matches scheduled to be played this midweek in the race to finishing the league by the end of the month in accordance to CAF guidelines.
Tuesday, 15th June 2021 Matches
Nairobi City Stars vs Western Stima at 1 PM EAT
Nzoia Sugar vs Vihiga United at 3 PM EAT
Bandari FC vs Ulinzi Stars at 3 PM EAT
Tusker FC vs Posta Rangers at 3 PM EAT
Wednesday, 16th June 2021 Matches
Sofapaka vs AFC Leopards at 3 PM EAT
Bidco United vs KCB at 3 PM EAT
Wazito FC vs Kariobangi Sharks at 3 PM EAT
Mathare United vs Gor Mahia at 3 PM EAT
Currently, Tusker FC is leading in the Premier League with 38 points followed by KCB and AFC Leopards tieing with 36 points.
Defending champions Gor Mahia and Kariobangi Sharks close the list of top 5 teams with both at 31 points but Mahia have a match at hand.
Vihiga United and Mathare United are at the bottom of the league with 12 and 8 points respectively but Mathare United have a match at hand.
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