The FKF Premier League will take a weekend break before resuming from 19-21 November 2021.
The cut-short, after round six matches on Sunday 7 November, has been necessitated by two final 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers for Kenya.
Kenya has two upcoming assignments against Uganda (away) and against Rwanda (Home) on Thursday 11 and Sunday 15 November 2021, respectively.
Nairobi City Stars heads to the recess on the high of a 4-0 take-down of Vihiga Bullets at Ruaraka on Saturday 6 November in Ruaraka.
After the international break, the team will be away to Bandari on Sunday 21 November. Till then, the team sits third on the log with 13-points, one behind record champions Gor Mahia.
— FKF Premier League (@Officialfkfpl) November 8, 2021
According to head coach Nicholas Muyoti, the boys have been handed some rest days before kick-starting preparation for the Mbaraki trip.
“They have a few days rest till Wednesday then we resume and start shaping up for the next assignments starting with Bandari,” said Muyoti
After Bandari, the team will host Ulinzi Stars the Saturday after before hitting the road once against to face Kakamega Homeboyz at Bukhungu on Wednesday 1 December.
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