Kenya Cup’s bottom placed Top Fry Nakuru and Kenya Harlequin face off on matchday 4 as pressure mounts on both sides in what is their one of the worst starts in history.
Both Quins and Nakuru are yet to win a game and one of them is likely to go for four weeks without registering one.
Things moved from bad to worse for Quins when they bottled a 19-0 lead at halftime over promoted side Western Bulls to lose 19-21. Their first home loss was a defeat to KCB after they had lost to Ngong road rivals Homeboyz. Nakuru were hammered by KCB, a week after losing to Homeboyz at home and Menengai Oilers away.
Wanyore make only one change from the side that lost to KCB as lock Ken Mwangi comes in for Philip Owuor(bench).
Quins make several changes for a second week in a row but this time around, positional.
Lyle Asiligwa is back at fullback pushing Erick Shikuku to the open win while Dennis Otieno moves to the blind wing. Idi Kakai does not make the matchday 23.
David Ambunya moves from OC to fly-half as Eden Agero is not part of the squad. Jacon Okumba will pair Patrice Agunda at midfield.
Skipper Kevin Angote returns at no.8, Elisha Koronya ,Brian Waraba and Ayub Kimutai make up the front rwo as Mike Onsando returns at lock.
Top Fry Nakuru
15.Collins Onyango 14.Hannington Wabwire 13.John Okoth 12.Walter Okoth 11.Crispin Onyango 10.Fredrick Odongo 9.Jenkins Kipruto 1.John Mbugua 2.Emmanuel Mboya 3.Newton Okeyo 4.Ken Mwangi 5.Dan Githanga 6.Cassius Omolo© 7.Monate Akuei 8.Teddy Agutu
16.Victor Watahi 17.Wycliffe Mwema 18.Felix Omondi 19.Philip Owuor 20.Edwin Makori 21.Cliff Amaya 22.Antony Oyugi 23.Duncan Abuyeka
15- Lyle Asiligwa 14- Eric Shikuku 13- Jacob Okumba 12- Patrice Agunda 11- Dennis Otieno 10- David Ambunya – VC 9- Dominic Osino 1- Elisha Koronya 2- Brian Waraba 3- Ayub Kimutai 4- Roxy Dan Suchi 5- Mike Onsando 6- Hillary Baraza 7- Mark Omoding 8- Kevin Angote – C
16- Boniface Ochieng 17- Brian Obwaya 18- Steve Biko 19- Thomas Ondeng 20- Levi Masika 21- Brighton Mwalawa 22- Nick Ndegwa 23- Brian Onyiego