Kabras Head Coach Henly Du Plessis says they will need to take the remaining seven matches with total seriousness as they will determine where they play in the knockout phase.
The Sugarmen are top 0f the log with 40 points and they still have 35 points to fight for as they have seven matches to play before the playoffs. Du Plessis wants his side to take each game as a final as he hopes to repeat last season’s run.
The Kakamega based side were able to hold on to a one-point lead in the 2018/19 season and this saw them earn a home semi-final.
“We will take remaining seven matches with total seriousness. We have to treat each game as a final because these games will determine if we will qualify directly for the semis,” Du Plessis told Scrummage.
As his side heads to Nakuru, the tactician has vowed to pick the strongest squad available with his target being to stay top after the clash.
“We want to make sure we pick maximum points and we will pick the strongest squad available because we intend to stay top after this match,” he added.
Kabras have won all in all of their four visits to Nakuru Athletic and will be keen to maintain the record.