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Kenyan Premier League Today Fixtures 21st April 2019

The games are set to start at 11:00 with Posta Rangers battling it out with Zoo Kericho in Kenyatta Stadium, Machakos being their second game of the season after Zoo Kericho won with a 1-0 advantage against Posta Rangers while at home but still struggling out of the relegation stage.

On the other side Vihiga United will face off with Mathare United at Bukhungu Stadium in Kakamega at 13:00, Vihiga United hopping to come out of the relegation playoff stage having played 24 games with 20 points in the Kenyan Premier League.

In Green Stadium, Awendo at 13:00 SoNy Sugar will be playing with Sofapaka, Sofapaka is second in the Kenyan Premier League with 45 points followed by Bandari with 45 points, at the top of the table is Gor Mahia with also 45 points, goal deference is what is separating the three teams with Sofapaka hoping to go to the first place having played 24 games of the season so far

Finally in Moi Stadium, Kisumu at 16:15 Gor Mahia will be playing Ulinzi Stars after the game was postponed due to CAF Confederation Cup that ended with a disgressfull 5-1 disqualification for Gor Mahia against RSB Berkane.

Gor Mahia will be looking for a win having played only 20 games of the season and the latest game that show them draw 1-1 with Kakamega Homeboyz

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