SportPesa Super 8 Premier League second leg matches resume this weekend with seven games on the cards.
Third placed NYSA face league leaders Kawangware United at Ngong Posta grounds as the league enters round of 20.
League strugglers Shauri Moyo Blue Stars and Macmillan face off at Ziwani as they seek to end their poor run.
Last season’s runners up Jericho take the fight away to West Conference side, Kabete United on Sunday at Kabete Technical grounds in the weekend’s main highlight.
A win for Jericho, who are placed second on the log with 37 points, will see them reduce the eight-point gap, separating them and front runners Kawangware United.
Jericho, under stewardship of former Re-Union keeper Thomas Okong’o, are courting fortune as they lead the East Conference teams in the tight race for the championship glory with ten rounds of matches to go.
The Makadara based side have won 11 games, drawn four times and lost three.
They still have a game in hand against TUK but coach Okongo is not taking any chances.
“Every game is important to us and we have to play each game like it’s a final because at this point in time, we can’t take chances. Last weekend we played great football and the results were excellent but we don’t want to be complacent against Kabete. I am not saying it will be easy but home advantage will be beneficial to them,” Okongo said.
In other matches to be played on Sunday, team Umeme host Meltah Kabiria at Ziwani while Shauri Moyo Blue Stars welcomes Macmillan at the same venue.
Kiambiu Youth visit Ole Rongai at Nazareen as Metro Sports lock horns with Masa at Drive-in grounds.
The final match of the weekend will see TUK face Zamalek at CID grounds.