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Under fire Leopards host Sony

19 March 2014, 15:12

Nairobi - AFC Leopards will be making an attempt to register their first league win of the season in five attempts when they take on in form Sony Sugar in a Kenyan Premier League (KPL) clash at Nyayo National Stadium on Wednesday.

The two sides are on opposite sides of the table going into the game, AFC Leopards in 13th place with three points from four matches while the Awendo side is in second place with a game in hand and on ten points.

A glance at the table lists Sony Sugar as the clear favorites going into the game, they have won three of their four opening games and have not conceded a goal, thanks to goalkeeper Lucas Indeche’s great form since leaving Thika United in 2013.

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