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KPL, NSL matches on hold to pave way for FKF Cup

League matches will take a break this weekend to pave way for the Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Cup where the winners will pocket Sh2 million as finalists will pocket Sh1 million and third-placed and fourth-placed teams get Sh750,000 and Sh500,000 respectively.

 The Cup, will be entering the second round where Kenya Premier League (KPL) and National Super league (NSL) will be competing for the title.

Defending champions Bandari will be tackling KSC Ogopa at Machakos stadium on Sunday afternoon.

Round of 32 Fixtures

Saturday

Jericho Revelation v Bidco United (Camp Toyoyo, 11am)

Tandaza v Posta Rangers (Camp Toyoyo, 1:30pm)

Balaji EPZ v Sofapaka (Camp Toyoyo, 4pm)

Zetech Titans v FC Talanta (Ruiru Grounds, 3pm)

SS Assad v Fortune Sacco (Ukunda Show Ground, 3pm)

Nyabururu Sportiff v Kisumu Allstars (Gusii Stadium, 3pm)

Egerton v Wazito (Afraha Stadium, 3pm)

Flamingo v Migori Youth (Flamingo Grounds, Naivasha, 3pm)

Transfoc v Ushuru (Kenyatta Stadium, Kitale, 3pm)

Sunday

KSG Ogopa v Bandari (Machakos Stadium, 3pm)

Naivas vs Gor Mahia (Kasarani Stadium, 3:30pm)

Kenpoly v Kariobangi Sharks (Kasarani Stadium, 1pm)

Keroka Technical v Vihiga United (Gusii Stadium, 1pm)

Zoo Youth v KCB (Gusii Stadium, 3:30 pm)

Elim v AFC Leopards (Kenyatta Stadium, Kitale, 3pm)

Luanda Villa v Ulinzi Stars (Mumias Complex, 3pm)

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