Will it be Tusker or Kakamega Homeboyz as FKF premier league curtains drop


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The 2021/22 Football Kenya Federation (FKF) premier league teams will drop the curtains on Sunday 12th June.

A total of eight league games have been scheduled to cap off the season.

Defending champions Tusker sit on top of the table with 60 points, tying with Kakamega Homeboyz, who are second on the table.

The tussle between Homeboyz and Tusker will resume as Homeboyz will be hoping to clinch their first FKF.

Despite a poor start of this campaign, Robert Matano will be anticipating to inspire his side to bag their 12th KPL title as they will need only a win from their last game.

Top of the league

Tusker will face Posta Rangers at 3pm in Ruaraka Stadiun at the same time Homeboyz will be up against Kariobangi Sharks at Mumias Complex.

Elsewhere, Bandari will be anticipating to secure the third spot of the table as they will be facing The Kenya Police in Nyayo Stadium at 3pm.

Kenya Police attained promotion to the highest league in Kenya in September 2021, and currently, they’re on the 11th position of the table with 41 points.

Last Rush

17 times KPL champions Gor Mahia, secured the fourth spot on the league after vanquishing Talanta Fc 2-1.

Nairobi City Stars on Sunday afternoon will be playing against Talanta Fc in a bid to secure the fifth place at the Kasarani Stadium.

The bankers have had a catastrophic campaign this year, after dropping from the 2nd position to the ninth spot of the table.

Zedekiah Otieno’s side, KCB, will be up against Bidco United at Thika Stadium.

Bidco are currently at the 14th place with 33 points, having played 32 matches.

Mathare United, who have already been relegated from the league, will be in a dustup against Wazito FC at Kasarani Annex.


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