Two Crucial Things Gor Mahia Should Know About NAPSA Stars Before Their Second Tier In Zambia
By kiruijunior | self meida writer
Published 9 days ago - 0 views
After the Sunday defeat, it means Gor Mahia should work etra smart if they have to reach CAF confederation cup group stage.
Napsa stars smashed Gor Mahia 1-0 , the match that saw the home team missing many chances. The Ghanian star Daniel Adiko 86th goal reduce K'ogalo's chances of qualifying after dropping from champions league.
Before their return leg to Zambia, Gor Mahia should know this two crucial things about their tough opponents Napsa stars.
CAF has allowed 4500 fans in 2nd leg
CAF has finally allowed Napsa stars to have 4,500 fans in their Second Leg match against Gor Mahia FC of Kenya.
The match is scheduled for Heroes Stadium on February 21st 2021.
This means the Zambian club will have a big advantage over Gor Mahia who played in an empty Nyayo stadium.
Napsa stars are trailing in Zambian league
Napsa stars are currently ranked 15th in 18 teams league. Having played 16 games , Napsa stars have gathered 18 points, one point above the last team, kitwe United.
Despite of this, Napsa haven't been defeated in their last four games.
Will Gor Mahia overturn this results?
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