Gor Mahia inches closer to Kpl Top Position,Which Man Utd player is Fit, 2019/2020 Juventus Leaked Kits and mre top stories

The Sportpesa league returned on Wednesday for midweek fixtures, and teams were ready to grab points

Defending Champions really showed no mercy to Zoo Kericho with Oliech shining as Batoto ba Mungu trashed Mount Kenya.

Ingwe failed to grab a victory and instead settled for a draw against Vihiga United.

Manchester United are likely to miss on form Romelu Lukaku in the next match against Watford. But who will be fit ?

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Oliech puts Zoo to the sword as the Champions match on

An under-strength Gor Mahia ripped Zoo Kericho apart in 4-0 demolition as they began their packed seven-day Kenyan Premier League (KPL) schedule in winning fashion.

Kenneth Muguna opened the scoring with a meticulous free-kick and set up Dennis Oliech for the second as Gor seized a 2-0 advantage inside just 21 minutes at a rain-swept Green Stadium.

Shaban Odhoji kept out Danson Chetambe’s penalty kick with a brilliant save at the stroke of half-time to deny the winger his third goal in as many games before Oliech skied his spot-kick moments after the restart.

Substitute Nicholas Kipkirui added the third after rounding the goalkeeper to finish off a rapid counter-attack before he provided Oliech for his second of the afternoon from another brilliant break by the visitors.

Victory for Gor moved them above Bandari FC into second on the KPL standings after the Coastal-based side dropped points from their 1-2 defeat at home to Kakamega Homeboyz.

Head coach Hassan Oktay’s charges could end the month at the summit of the 18-team KPL log if they defeat Kariobangi Sharks on Saturday as they are now only a point adrift leaders Sofapaka FC.

Gor will have the opportunity to seize control with an away trip to Sony Sugar on Wednesday when they will mark the end of a congested KPL week. They will then host RS Berkane in the first leg of the CAF Confederation Cup quarter-finals four days later.

Oktay began the match without his regular starters against the relegation-threatened side but there was no sign of weakness as Muguna and Cercidy Okeyo expertly marshalled the midfield.

It was Muguna that broke the deadlock in the 19th minute and it had all been coming, the midfielder curling home beyond goalkeeper Martin Elung’at after Oliech had been fouled by Dennis Kawanga just outside the area.

Oliech doubled the advantage in the two minutes later when he swept home a near cut-back from Muguna and it could have been three moments later but Erisa Ssekisambu’s shot hit the side-netting.

Gor won another free-kick and this time it is Wellington Ochieng at it. The defender missed before a counter-attacking move by Zoo yielded a penalty. Odhoji dived left to punch Chetambe’s attempt away to ensure the tie went into the break at 2-0.

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Elsewhere at the Mbaraki Sports Club in Mombasa, Bandari lost 2-1 to a determined Kakamega Homeboyz. The home side assumed an early lead in the fifth minute through winger Shaban Kenga but Festus Omukoto strike and an own goal by Collins Agade saw the visiting side reap maximum points.

At the Ruaraka grounds in Nairobi, Tusker got the better of Kariobangi Sharks; Timothy Otieno claiming a brace while Boniafce Muchiri added another. Sharks got a consolation through Sydney Lokale.

In Western, AFC Leopards had Vihiga United slow down their momentum in a 2-2 draw. Prolific midfielder Whyvonne Isuza and Brian Marita scored for Ingwe while Amos Kigadi and Chris Masinza’s penalty  in 32 minute  for Vihiga ensured shared spoils.

Summarised Results

Zoo Kericho 0-4 Gor Mahia

Sofapaka 3-1 Mt. Kenya

Vihiga United 2-2 AFC Leopards

Tusker 3-1 Kariobangi Sharks- Ruaraka

Ulinzi Stars 2-1 Sony Sugar- Afraha

Who’s fit and who’s not for Manchester United ahead of Watford clash? Here is the latest…

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Manchester United has released a statement on the state of their team ahead of their weekend clash against Watford.

With a number of injury concern in the team, the English giants are expected to welcome back defender Ashley Young and a few players from the injury room.

In a statement on the club’s portal, the club is expected to have goalkeeper back between the sticks after helping Spain to a 2-1 win over Norway over the weekend. He would replace Sergio Romero, who impressed in the club’s FA Cup tie at Wolves before the international break.

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In defence, apart from Young, Eric Bailly reportedly suffered a head injury on duty for Ivory Coast during their 3-0 win over Rwanda, in which he scored his second international goal, and didn’t play in Tuesday’s 1-0 friendly victory over Liberia.

Victor Lindelof didn’t go away with Sweden, however, club captain Antonio Valencia, who hasn’t featured for the Reds since our 2-0 win at Newcastle on 2 January, returned to action for Ecuador in Friday’s 1-0 defeat against the USA but didn’t feature in Tuesday’s goalless draw against Honduras.

It remains to be seen if Luke Shaw will be fit for Saturday’s game after the left-back withdrew from the England squad through injury. Phil Jones has also been an unused substitute in recent weeks, including at Wolves on 16 March, and could be closer to a first outing since our 3-0 win at Fulham on 9 February.

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Matteo Darmian hasn’t played since the 2-1 win over Brighton on 19 January, while Marcos Rojo still awaits his first appearance under Solskjaer but has been pictured training recently following his recovery from injury.

Nemanja Matic, who recently missed four successive games for United through injury, was ruled out of Serbia’s matches against Germany and Portugal during the break.

Ander Herrera recovered from the injury which forced him off in the first half against Liverpool on 24 February to make his comeback at Molineux in our last match, while fellow Spaniard Juan Mata returned from the injury he also suffered against Liverpool as a late substitute against Wolves.

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Jesse Lingard is returning after warm weather training in Dubai. Marcus Rashford had to withdraw from Gareth Southgate’s squad through injury and Anthony Martial also pulled out of his international commitments with France due to a recurring knee complaint.

Romelu Lukaku sat out Belgium’s two Euro 2020 qualifiers with the foot injury which led to him missing our FA Cup tie at Wolves, while Ole has confirmed that Alexis Sanchez isn’t expected to return until late April after sustaining a knee injury in our last home game against Southampton.

Juventus 2019-20 Home Shirt Is Leaked & It’s Beautiful

Juventus fans

New images of the Juventus 2019-20 home shirt have been leaked on social media.

Of course, Juventus are yet to confirm the design of the home kit for next season.

However most believe the following pictures to be accurate.

Juve are switching up the design on their shirt in a rather dramatic fashion.

The Bianconeri have ditched their standard vertical black and white striped look.

Instead, the front of the Juve shirt will be divided in half.

The white and black panels will be split by an eye catching red line running down the middle of the top.

Bad news for Man Utd ,Romelu Lukaku before Watford & Wolves

Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku has been out injured during the international break.

Lukaku sustained a foot injury before the FA Cup defeat at Wolves.

On Wednesday the Manchester Evening News have posted an updated on Lukaku’s fitness status, and it’s not great news.

Man United take on Watford at Old Trafford this weekend.

The Red Devils then travel to Molineux to face Wolves in midweek Premier League action.

According to the M.E.N it’s unlikely that Lukaku will be fit for those matches:

Romelu Lukaku could miss Manchester United’s upcoming fixtures with Watford and Wolves as he continues his rehabilitation from a foot injury.

Lukaku’s return date was described as ‘unpredictable’, though United have an eight-day gap between their Premier League trip to Wolves on Tuesday and Champions League quarter-final first leg at home to Barcelona.

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