Kabras will enter the new year placed on top of the Kenya Cup standings following eight wins and one loss in the nine matches played in 2019/20 season.
It is the same case as the 2018/19 season where they went into the new year perched top of the log but were still unbeaten. Henly Du Plessis coached side has collected 40 points out of the possible 45. A 47-12 win over Oilers has seen them remain as the best offensive side in the league and they have a goal difference of 318.
Defending Champions KCB will start the year at the second spot with 39 points. They have suffered one loss and picked eight wins in the league. They have picked six bonus points this season.
Homeboyz stay third despite going down to Mwamba 18-17. They picked a point from the loss which pushes them to 34 points having lost two matches this season. The slip up means they are now just four points above Impala. Impala who featured in the playoffs last year have six win and three losses in the opening nine.
Nakuru’s win over Kisumu propelled them into the top six and they have jumped into the top half of the table with 25 points at position five last week they were sixth.
Oilers and Mwamba have 24 points each but they are separated by goal difference. This means Mwamba will enter the new year in the bottom half. Nondies and Western Bulls will continue occupying position eight and nine on the log despite their weekend losses.
Kisumu will stay bottom with five points. Blak Blad remain in the danger zone but a point against Kenya Harlequins means they have moved to eight points. Kenya Harlequins gained four points for 12 points in the opening nine matches but their position will not change.