Bandari are leading the FKF Premier League table with 3 points after sinking Mathare United 3-0 in their opening match of the season. Last season, the Dockers finished third and are fighting hard to register tremendous results.
Despite losing players last season, AFC Leopards thrashed tittle holders, Tusker to remain at the top. Gor Mahia, Ulinzi Stars, Sofapaka, Kariobangi Sharks and Kakamega homeboyz have three points as well.
Newly promoted side, Talanta FC are in the ninth place after forcing a 1-1 draw to Wazito. Talanta lifted the NSL trophy last season to earn a promotion to the FKF league. Police FC are in the 16th position after losing 1-0 to sharks. Mathare United who struggled to remain in the top tier are closing the table after falling to Bandari. In the next fixture, Leopards will play KCB at Utalii Football Field, the Brewers will battle against Talanta at Kinoru Stadium and Bidco will take on Bandari at Thika Municipal Stadium on 16 October.
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