The Batoto bachelor’s degree Mungu instructor claims they prepare to face the Dockers in the following round of the knockout competitors
Sofapaka instructor John Baraza has actually invited the Round of 16 draw for the FKF Shield Cup where they have actually been matched to face Bandari.
Sofapaka needed to battle with every available resource prior to getting rid of minnows EPZ Balaji on fines while Bandari won 2-0 against KSG Ogopa in their Round of 32 suits.
The 2 Kenyan Premier League (KPL) sides have actually currently been matched to face each various other in the Round of 16 as well as Batoto bachelor’s degree Mungu instructor Baraza claims they are anticipating the hard however must-win component.
“It’s a good match for us because it will be a good test. We are going to give it our best because it’s an opportunity to grace continental football,” Baraza informed the club’s main internet site.
“They are the protecting champs as well as they will appear to safeguard it, hence it’s mosting likely to be a hard battle however we await them.
“The club hierarchy is so ambitious about the tournament leaving us with no room but to go all out to ensure we win the Cup. It’s a must-win match for us and we are feeling very ready to bring honour to the club.”
The various other Round of 16 components will see Gor Mahia handling Posta Rangers, AFC Leopards fight National Super League (NSL) side Ushuru FC while Wazito FC will turn up against KCB.
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The last of the competitors will be presented on May 30.
The competition champion will take house Ksh2million, while the runners-up will pocket Ksh1million. The third-placed as well as fourth-placed groups will obtain Ksh750, 000 as well as Ksh500, 000, specifically.
FKF Round of 16: FC Talanta vs Kariobangi Sharks, Posta Rangers vs Gor Mahia, Sofapaka v Bandari, Bidco United vs Fortune Sacco, Vihiga United v Kisumu All-Stars, Ushuru vs AFC Leopards, KCB vs Wazito FC, Migori Youth v Ulinzi Stars.