Five matches will be played this weekend when the National Kenya Basketball League resumes.
Champions Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) for both men and women will be hosting Equity Bank’s men and women teams in Mombasa.
KPA men, who are lying in seventh position with 13 points from seven matches, will push past USIU Tigers on the table if they beat their arch-rivals who are third with 15 points from nine matches.
Fourth-placed Africa Nazarene University (ANU) “Wolfpacks” who have managed 14 points have a date with Absa, who have lost six matches and are in ninth position.
Unbeaten KPA and Zetech University Sparks face off against Equity Bank Hawks and Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (Jkuat) Lynx respectively in the women’s match-ups.
The dock women are eighth with 10 points from five games while Sparks, who were last year’s runners-up, are third with 12 points having played six games.
Bottom of the table Kenyatta University Oryx will welcome to the city Nakuru-based TH3 Swish, who are seventh having garnered 11 points from three wins and five losses.
Nairobi City Thunder and Storms are perched at the top of the league standings with 22 and 16 points from 11 and 10 matches respectively going into the second leg. The league took a Christmas and New Year break.