Global Field Evangelism (GFE) 105 will be seeking to revenge against Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) when the return leg resumes this weekend in the National Super League.
The revenge will be good for Eldoret based team that handed them the first loss on their home ground at Kipchoge Keino stadium in Eldoret.
The Camp Toyoyo ground match on Saturday in the Kenyan capital will be a do or die match for GFE who will be seeking to accumulate points to join the Kenya Premier League come next season.
Speaking in Eldoret before traveling to Nairobi, GFE 105’s tactician Joshua Obare said the team was well prepared to tackle their rivals on Saturday and assured that a win will be good for them.
He added that the away win will be good for the team that handed them the first loss in the NSL early in the year.
“Our major point is to collect three points from them. They gave us a beating on our home ground and that was the bad thing to do. Losing before our fans and come tomorrow, we have to revenge against them on their home turf,” said Obare.
“We have put our team together and what we need is a win ahead of the KPL promotion,” added Obare.