Kenya Harlequin will be out to bag maximum points when they make the short trip to the University of Nairobi grounds to face Mean Machine on Saturday.
The Kenya Cup round seven match is scheduled to kick off at 4pm and a bonus point win for Quins could see them climb to the semi finals (top two) positions, depending on results from elsewhere.
“We are not going to underrate Machine because there are no easy games in the Kenya Cup,” Quins coach Charles Cardovillis said.
While Quins is third on the standings, Machine occupies 11th position after picking one win in six outings.
“I watched them play Impala and they are a good side with some quality players,” added Cardovillis who also expressed the desire to lead the side to the play-offs.
“We are really doing well now and I hope we can continue winning.The desire is always to reach the play-offs and now we are third which is a good position.We want to keep pressure on the leaders,” he said.
Quins head to the match on the back of a clinical 36-21 win over Nakuru RFC while Machine suffered a heavy 50-3 defeat at the hands of defending champions KCB.