KENYA CUP

Impala wary of Kabras menace

Impala and Kabras, the only unbeaten teams as per matchday four and they are set to clash on Saturday 15  where the Sugarmen will welcome the Gazelles to their home turf in Kakamega.
Frank Ndong, the Impala tactician knows that what his team has to do to stop Kabras.
Ndong says his team will have to be more solid in their set pieces against and on their defense saying any mistakes will not go unpunished.
“We must fix our set pieces they are very strong with their set pieces.” he said.
“Our defence must click as they (Kabras) will come hard on us and any missed tackle will see us get punished.”
Impala narrowly edged Mean Machine to pick a 22-19 victory in a not so convincing manner while rivals Kabras ran rampage over Strathmore with a 62-13 win.
The Ngong Road-based side looked vulnerable against the Mean Machine, letting them move the ball around at their will. Their defense also came into question as machine found gaps on numerous occasions, something Ndong is aware if not corrected could prove fatal against a flawless Kabras side.
Impala are second in the standings with 17 points behind a flawless Kabras who have 20 points from the four matches. Both teams head into the clash looking to continue with their winning record this season.

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