Mount Kenya United has dished a second walkover this season after failing to turn up for their Sunday 12 May Kenyan Premier League clash against Mathare United.
The first walkover by the side came last month when they failed to show up for their game against Gor Mahia at the Kenyatta Stadium-Machakos with the players have refused to honour the game in what they termed as a go slow due to unpaid dues.
In a statement on Mathare United social media feeds, the club noted: "The lads bounced back to winning ways courtesy of a walkover (2-0) awarded against Mount Kenya United who failed to show up at Kasarani Stadium on Sunday.
"The result takes our tally to 49 points."
The miss further dents United's chances of staying afloat in the top flight with the Melis Medo coached side currently occupying the last slot in the league log with 18 points this coming after losing 21 of their 29 games played.
In the turbulent season, they have only scored 30 goals and conceded 71; this coming after winning five games and drawing three.
It remains to be seen whether they will honour their next league game against Western Stima.