Northern Wanderers football club will be looking to end their series of disappointing results when they travel to Nairobi to face Kibera Black Stars in one of ten National Super League (NSL) matches lined up this weekend.
The Wanderers have not won in their last 10 games and lost 2-0 to Administration Police in their last outing.
They will be looking to bounce back from that disappointing result and earn their first points of the season when they play this weekend.
This will be the first meeting between the Black Stars and Wanderers, with both currently finding themselves at the lower end of the table.
Black Stars are position 18 on the log with 6 points, while Wanderers are 20th with no points.
The host have not won any of their last five games, earning a point from the last possible 15 on offer on the road, thanks to a 2-2 draw away to Coast Stima.
For Wanderers, they have not been particularly good on defense this season. Their 35 goals allowed are the most in the league, and 8 scored is the 4th fewest.
Other NSL matches this weekend include;
Shabana vs Coast Stima 3pm
Nairobi Stima vs Modern coast rangers 3pm
Fortune Sacco vs Muranga seal 3pm
Administration Police vs Kenya police 3pm
Ushuru vs Vihiga united 1pm
APS Bomet vs St Joseph youth 3pm
Mt Kenya United vs Nairobi City Stars 3pm
Migori youth vs Fc Talanta 3pm
Vihiga Bullets vs Bidco united 3pm