Promotion in sight for five as NSL enters its homestretch

Promotion in sight for five as NSL enters its homestretch

16 Oct, 11:15

The race for Kenyan Premier league promises to go to the very end with each passing game after  all promotion hopefuls recorded wins in their respective round 30 games played from Saturday 14, Sunday October.

With the competitions well in its homestretch, Five teams stand a mathematical chance to get promoted including Nairobi Stima who remain win less in three recent games 

KCB, Ushuru, Vihiga and Wazito all kept a cool nerve to stretch their fine run with winning ways as Stima suffered a setback in what could be a costly draw against bottom side Agrochemicals.

READ: Wazito pip Modern Coast in Toyoyo

KCB's 2-0 win over a dominant Bidco team set the bar high for close rivals Ushuru and Vihiga. The pair did respond accordingly with wins of their own. Vihiga United took long to break Talanta FC in a late win at Toyoyo as Ushuru rode on  Andrew Murunga and Oscar Mbugua goals to sink Police 2-0.

With the wins Vihiga, who have played a game more in the chasing pack, are now four points behind leaders KCB.

MOSCA, Agro struggles

Frank Ouna's Wazito was also to stayed on course for promotion fight with  a 2-1 win over Modern Coast. The victory, their fifth in as many games puts them just behind Vihiga United.

At foot of the log, MOSCA and Agrochemicals will need to chalk wins in the  remaining. games id they are to guarantee their status in second tier. 

Isibania (2-1 vs AllStars)Black Stars (2-1 vs AP)City Stars( 1-0 against MOSCA) were also on the winning end from the weekend ties

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