Kenyan Premier League giants Gor Mahia will jet back in the country on Tuesday 17 September from Algeria where they participated in the CAF Champions League on Sunday.
The first batch is expected to arrive in the country in the morning with the second batch slated to be in Nairobi at around 2 pm EAT.
Mahia lost 4-1 the first leg of the first round against USM Algers and will hope that the setback doesn’t affect them as they turn attention to the league where they are slated to take on Chemelil Sugar FC on Thursday 19 September.
After the Chemelil game, the Steve Pollack side then comes up against KCB FC coached by their former coach Zedekiah Otieno at the Kenyatta Stadium Machakos on Sunday 22 September.
Nzoia Sugar FC
A tie against Nzoia Sugar FC then follows before the club welcomes Algers at the MISC Kasarani for the second leg; a match that will need them to score three goals if they harbour any ambitions of making it to the group stage of the CAF Champions League.
The weekend loss to USM was Gor’s first this season and they will hope to change that narrative in the league as they seek the morale booster to take on the Algerian team.
Team Update.— Gor Mahia FC (@FCGorMahia) September 16, 2019
The team will land tomorrow at 1410hrs and start preparations ahead of the two upcoming KPL matches.
Thur 19/09/2019: Chemelil Sugar FC (A) in Kisumu.
Sun 22/09/2019: KCB FC (H) in Machakos.#Sirkal