Masa, Tuk lock horns in Super 8 encounter

A clash between Makongeni Sports Association and Technical University of Kenya will be the weekend highlight as the Sportpesa Super 8 Premier League gathers pace.
The two teams are separated by just a point on the league standings with TUK, who have played a game less, 6th on 28 points while their hosts are a point and a slot below.
Hosea Akala’s Masa have drawn in their last three games with their latest being a 1-1 stalemate against NYSA and will be banking on home support to overturn their 1-3 loss to TUK in the first leg.
Fourth-placed Zamalek FC have another shot at leapfrogging Jericho FC into third place when they invite neighbours Metro Sports at Drive Inn grounds.
Tied on 34 points with Jericho, Zamalek will be hoping to avenge the 1-0 defeat to Sports in the first leg in order to move into the top three fold while their opponents, who have picked just a point in their previous three games sit at a distant 11th on 22 points.
After dropping crucial points for the third week in a row last weekend in a 1-1 stalemate against Kabete United, defending champions Kayole Asubuhi FC will be at home at Calvary grounds searching for their first three points in the second leg against Ole Rongai Fc.
The Isaiah Omondi-led East Conference champions sit 5th on the log with 29 points from eight wins and five draws. First leg encounter between these two teams ended 0-1 in favour of Asubuhi who will head in this game as favourites as Rongai’s poor performance saw them drop to second from below on 12 points after a 0-3 drubbing by Meltah Kabiria in their last game.

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