After beating Sony Sugar twice in the season, the Kenyan Premier League (KPL) champions Gor Mahia will be taking on the millers for the third time this year, on Saturday 7 November, in the KPL Top 8 final at the Moi Stadium, Kisumu.
After eliminating defending champions Tusker in the semis, Gor Mahia knows it will be a tougher battle against Sony in the final and deputy coach Frank Ouna hopes they will be ready for the match.
The team will resume training on Friday 6 November after the win 2 – 1 win on Wednesday night before traveling to Kisumu later in the day to try and complete a double after earlier winning the 2015 KPL title.
“It will be tough against Sony but the good thing is that we have seen them play and we hope we will be ready for them. Tusker were tough and we expect an even tougher Sony because this will be a final and both teams want to win, knowing it is the only chance.
“We resume training today (Friday) before we travel to Kisumu for the match,” he said.