As the Kenya Premier League season draws to a close, the 27th week of the premier matches ended with a bizarre incident where Tusker Fc played with 12 players against 11 of Muhoroni Youth.
There were mixed reactions from both teams as a result of the incident, which saw Muhoroni players leave the pitch, forcing the referee to call off the match.
With both teams playing 26 matches so far, Tusker holds third position with 45 points, eleven points ahead of Muhoroni Youth, who sit in ninth position.
In other matches, Gor Mahia restored their four-point gap at the summit with 54 points after a 1-0 win against Mathare United, who are currently in position 11 with 33 points.
Gor, will next take on fellow title contenders Sofapaka, in a match seen as the title decider. The 2009 champions lie second on the log with 50 points having beaten KRA 3-2 on Thursday at Machakos Stadium.
Ulinzi Stars thrashed Western Stima at the Afraha Stadium on Saturday to hold on to fourth place, while AFC Leopards won 3-0 against Thika United to climb to position 8 with 35 points.
Having lost to AFC leopards, Thika United find themselves in position 6 with 37 points as Sony Sugar saw off Nairobi City Stars 2-0 on Sunday evening.
In another match of the weekend, Top Fry All stars drew 0-0 against Bandari at the Mombasa municipal stadium on Saturday, while KCB lost 2-1 to Chemelil Sugar in Sunday’s clash.
KCB are in position 14 with 24 points, while Top Fry All Stars wrap up the league in last position with 17 points.
All eyes are set on the 28th week, as the KPL enters its final stages, with the most awaited match pitting Gor Mahia versus Sofapaka on October 26.