Kabras head into the penultimate round of the 2018/2019 Kenya cup season leading the proceedings on a superior point difference and they will play hosts to relegation-threatened Strathmore Leos on Saturday 30.
The millers overcame a first-half scare away to Nakuru, both teams heading into the break scores tied at 10-10. Kabras would launch an onslaught in the last half hour of the game to win the game but the head coach Henly Du Plessis knows his team will have to be more efficient and have a killer instinct with two games left to the playoffs.
The coach pointed outline out as an area that has been ailing his side, not being accurate enough at the set-piece which can prove fatal in the playoffs. Kabras have already secured a home semi-final playoff but will be keen to win the remaining games to maintain their lead.
“We are looking into a lot of areas, execution, especially from our kick, offs, we are giving kickoffs away especially when on attack also our line outs we are not accurate enough. We also need to be more accurate in our rucks, more aggressive and try to keep the ball more than one or two faces.” Du Plessis stated.
Kabras will conclude the regular season with a date with Impala Saracens.