Kabras will face Kenya Harlequin as KCB take on Kisumu. Strathmore Leos are at home to Mwamba in a high stakes Kenya Cup match day eight clash on Saturday 10 February 2024.
Both sides find themselves chasing a berth in the Top 6 playoffs, and with the matches running out thick and fast, every win they register will help their cause.
The Leos come into this clash placed eighth on 10 points, coming off the back of a five-match losing streak that sees them just one place and one point ahead of a resurgent Mwamba who have won two games on the trot after losing their five previous opening matches.
Currently, it is Nondies who sit in sixth place, which is the last playoff spot but the record Kenya Cup champions have 14 points which is within striking distance for Leos and Mwamba who are just four and five points adrift respectively.
Over at Kenyatta University, hosts Blak Blad will be out to consolidate fifth place and boost their playoff qualification chances when they host eleventh-placed Catholic Monks in this all-varsity clash.
The Monks are in one of the two relegation slots and need a positive result to keep their survival hopes on track for yet another season.
Other fixtures on match day eight see ninth-placed Nakuru host 2018 Enterprise Cup champions Homeboyz who are winless and bottom of the log as third-placed Menengai Oilers welcome sixth-placed Nondescripts to the Nakuru Showground.
Second-placed KCB play away to seventh placed Kisumu while dominant Kabras take on Kenya Harlequin at the RFUEA Ground seeking to maintain their unblemished start to the season.
Matchday 8 fixtures
Kenya Harlequin vs Kabras Sugar – RFUEA Ground | 3PM
Kisumu vs KCB – Kisumu Polytechnic | 4PM
Menengai Oilers vs Nondescripts | Nakuru Showground | 3PM
Blak Blad vs Catholic Monks | Kenyatta University | 3PM
Nakuru vs Homeboyz | Nakuru Athletic Club | 3PM
Strathmore Leos vs Mwamba | Strathmore Sports Ground | 3PM