Kenya cup match day 8 will see Mwamba cover more than 360 kilometers to Kakamega town with one mission; to stop league leaders Kabras.
Mwamba head coach Kevin Wambua speaking to scrummage after their win over Impala is well aware of the threat that awaits, but he believes that with good organisation in defense his team can be able to overcome the cane cutters in their own backyard.
“We have to go back to basics, focus and work harder on our defence line. I believe Kabras have bigger forwards than Impala so we have to work harder, make fast time tackles, be well organized as we face a good Kabras side.”
Kulabu will head into the clash on the back of a four match winning streak, looking to stop what many people term as an unstoppable Kabras side whose title chase is still unblemished.
Kenya Cup fixtures
Saturday ,January 26
Impala v Quins – Impala Club
Homeboyz v Strathmore – Jamhuri
Nondies v Machine – Impala
KCB v Nakuru – Ruaraka
Kabras v Mwamba – Kakamega
Blak Blad v Oilers – KU