Two mouth watering matches are lined up on Wednesday as Kenya Premier League enters home stretch with midweek fixtures.
The first match will see runaway Champions Gor Mahia face Ushuru FC at City Stadium.
K’ogallo took it from where they left at before heading for regional tournament by thumping KCB 6-1 last weekend announcing their presence in the domestic tie.
Ushuru placed 10th in the standings on 28 points from 22 outings will not only be aiming to spoil the unbeaten run of Gor Mahia but also to end their six matches winnless run.
Elsewhere cash strapped AFC Leopards are hopeful ofl bouncing back to winning ways when they take on Ulinzi Stars at Nyayo National Stadium under floodlights.
Leopards are currently facing financial woes, something that seems to be getting the better part of them should head coach Dravko Logarusic latest actions be anything to go by.
Ulinzi are second on 41 points while Leopards who went down 2-1 to Nakuru AllStars in their last fixture remain fifth on the log with 35 points from 22 matches.