Five matches will be played in Nairobi County while one match will be in Kakamega County. League leaders Kabras will be hoping to extend their winning streak as they host Nakuru based side Menengai Oilers at Kakamega Showground in a 4PM kickoff.
RFUEA Grounds, home to Kenya Harlequins will host a doubleheader with the first match kicking off at 2 PM. The match will see fourth-placed Kenya Harlequins battle with sixth-placed Nakuru RFC. At 4 PM, Third-placed Impala Saracens will take on the pitch to play fifth-placed Nondies. The two matches are expected to be aired live.
Defending Champions KCB will be out to start the year on a high as they host Mean Machine who are in the danger zone in a match set for KCB Sports Club.
Strathmore Leos will host Mwamba at Madaraka Grounds while Homeboyz will have a date with Blak Blak.
Kenya Cup Weekend fixtures