Morale is still high in the AFC Leopards camp despite last week’s dramatic league defeat to Western Stima, coach Anthony Kimani has said.
The power-men scored two quickfire goals in injury time to condemn Ingwe to their first defeat in the FKF Premier League this season.
Kimani says the defeat was not a good result but they will look to win their next league match.
“The defeat was not a good result (against Western Stima) but we now put our eyes on our next clash and the boys are very much prepared for that matter,” the former Harambee Stars defender added.
Leopards have no injuries concerns so far with club officials saying the boys are aiming to bounce back from the defeat which toppled them from the top of the league table.
“As far are the team is concerned we have no injuries and the boys are doing well in terms of preparations,” the club’s Football Operations Manager Tom Juma said.
Meanwhile, FKF have released the midweek fixture with six matches scheduled to be played on Wednesday and Thursday.
Ulinzi Stars will host Kakamega Homeboys at Afraha Stadium in Nakuru. This will be the soldier’s first home match of the season. Western Stima play Kariobangi Sharks at Moi Stadium in Kisumu in other league match outside Nairobi.
Posta Rangers will host struggling Bandari at Kasarani in the headline game on Wednesday. The match will be broadcast on StarTimes.
Nairobi City Stars will hope to pile more pressure on cash strapped Vihiga United while Bidco United will play Nzoia Sugar at Utalii College.
On Thursday, league leaders KCB will hope to continue their unbeaten run when they host Wazito at Kasarani. The match will also be broadcast on TV.
All matches start at 3 PM.