Kenya National Super League second leg stage matches was back today as from 1 PM EAT with four teams playing.
Talanta FC maintains their lead in the NSL with 41 points after securing a draw against Migori Youth who missed a penalty in the second half.
Shabana are in third place with 33 points, a goal above fourth placed MCF. Fifth and sixth placed Vihiga Bullets and Kibera Black Stars all have 33 points tieing with Shabana and MCF with goal difference separating the four clubs.
In seventh place is Fortune Stars with 31 points tieing in points with Kisumu All Stars. APS Bomet and Mwatate United sum up the top ten with 30 points each.
Silibwet are in position 11 with 27 points tieing with Migori Youth and Sony United.
Kisumu Hot Stars are in position 14 with 26 points with Coast Stima and Nairobi Stima in positions 15 and 16 respectively with 25 points each.
Murang'a Seal are 17th with 23 points, tieing with relegation threatened Modern Coast Rangers. Mount Kenya United and Soy United are in 19th and 20th spots with 21 and 17 points respectively.
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