AFC Leopards(Ingwe) have been having a good league campaign, they are currently third on the Kenyan league table. With 29 points, Ingwe are 7 points behind Tusker the league leaders but Leopards have played 2 games less.
Leopard'sgood form can be credited to the fact that they have been able to score more goals, more than they have conceded. Of the 18 goals scored by Leopards so far this season, 11 of them have been scored by their in form striker Elvis Rupia.
Rupia, a former Nzoia FC striker, is on course to scoring the highest number of goals ever scored in the Kenyan Premier League. The highest number of goals record is being held by Boniface Ambani, a former Leopards player who managed to score 25 goals in the 2006-2007 season.
It has been 22 years since Ingwe last won the league and 22 years later this may be their best chance to quench their league thirst. Rupia may be the key to their title hunt that is if he continues with his fine form.
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