Gor Mahia will be hoping to continue their recent string of wins when they take on Thika United next. The match will be played at Thika municipal stadium on Wednesday October 16.
The last time these two teams met, it was in the GoTV shield; Gor Mahia comprehensively outplayed Thika and emerged 2-0 winners. Kogalo fans will be hoping for more of the same.
Assistant coach Bobby Ogolla is wary of the Thika Threat. “Thika have proved to be one of the best teams in the league with an admirable style of play. Having played them before we are aware of what to expect. Last year they spoilt the party for us when we were sure of lifting the title and we will not take anything lightly this time round.”
“The players are more mature and experienced with a particular aim of winning the title. It therefore calls for us to keep all the concentration not only against Thika but all the remaining five fixtures.”Said Ogolla to michezoafrika.com.
Last time it was Patrick Oboya who gave Thika United nightmares. With Oboya still injured, Gor Mahia will be counting on Dan Sserunkuma to continue his recent devatstating form as well as Lavatsa, Wanyoyi and Kevin Omondi all of whom have been sensational of late.