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Kenya Cup playoffs: Who needs what?
By Eric Njiru | Mon 17 Feb, 2020 12:31

With only two matches to go in the regular season, race for Kenya Cup playoffs enter final stages as up to four teams remain in contention.

Kabras Sugar will seal a semifinal place on match day 15 if they beat Nondies in Kakamega as they are six points clear of third placed Homeboyz.

The second and final semifinal slot will be decided at the very last day as second placed KCB is five points clear of Homeboyz. KCB and Homeboyz meet on the last day of the regular season but have Menengai Oilers and Western Bulls respectively before that.

Impala Saracens need at least two points from their next matches, against Mwamba and Kisumu RFC, to secure a playoff slot as they are fourth on 42 points, nine above seventh placed Nakuru.

Oilers(36), Mwamba(34) and Top Fry Nakuru(33) chasing the other playoffs slots. Eighth placed Blak Bald cannot qualify for playoffs as they are 11 points off top six.

Western Bulls and Kisumu are a defeat away from relegation back to the relegation with their final matches set to be against Homeboyz and Top Fry Nakuru and Black Bald and Impala respectively. They have a game in hand against Nondies. 

Kenya Cup table after Gameweek 14
1.Kabras Sugar 65
2. KCB 64

3.Homeboyz 59
4. Impala Saracens 42
5. Menengai Oilers 36
6. Mwamba RFC 34

7.Top Fry Nakuru 33
8.Blak Blad 23
9. Quins 22
10. Nondies 21

11.Western Bulls 13
12. Kisumu 6

Matchday 15 Fixtures
KCB v Menengai Oilers
Quins v Nakuru RFC
Western Bulls v Homeboyz
Kabras Sugar v Nondies
Mwamba v Impala
Kisumu v Blak Blad

Matchday 16 Fixtures
Nakuru RFC v Western Bulls
Menengai Oilers v Quins
Homeboyz v KCB
Impala v Kisumu
Nondies v Mwamba
Blak Blad v Kabras Sugar

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