After 12 rounds of the Kenya Cup season, there is no change in the top four with Kabras, KCB, Homeboyz and Impala keeping their respective places on the log.
Kabras have attained 55 points following 11 wins and 11 bonus points in 12 outings. They have scored 517 points (the highest in the league) and have conceded 84 (the lowest in the league). At this point last season, Henly Du Plessis coached side had 54 points.
KCB have amassed 54 points same to what they had after 12 matches last season. Curtis Olago coached side has 11 wins and they are just a point behind leaders Kabras. The bankers are also second on the scoring charts with 448 and have conceded 157.
Homeboyz have kept the direct semi-final dream alive and with 49 points following 10 wins and two losses. The Deejayz have nine bonus points in this campaign. Impala are fourth with 40 points.
A Nakuru Derby win has seen Nakuru rise back to fifth with 33 points. Oilers have dropped to sixth to close the playoff slots with 31.
Mwamba are still in contention for a place in the top six with just two points separating them and Oilers. Nondies at 21 points sit eighth on the log while Kenya Harlequins are nine and will stay on 17 points for another week.
Blad Blad 15-14 loss at Mwamba gave them a point which has lifted them out of the zone. Western Bulls have 13points and Kisumu hopes of surviving are continuing to diminish as they remain on five points for another weekend.