Kenyan champions Gor Mahia are sweating over the fitness of Cranes international left back Godfrey Walusimbi when they take Sudanese side Al Khartoum in a top of the table clash to take place at the national stadium Dar Es Salaam from 2pm.
“Walusimbi didn’t train with the rest of the team because of the knock from a rough tackle in the previous game. He trained alone, visit this rx http://cfmasv.com/wp-content/themes/construct/lib/classes/widget-contact-form.php just basic jogging and light sprints to improve on flexibility and stability on the affected ankle, viagra 60mg ” Gor Mahia fc assistant coach Frank Ouna revealed.
Gor Mahia, who have already qualified for the last eight, need nothing less than a win from today’s game if they are to finish as group A leaders and extend their unbeaten run.
Mid maestro, Collins ‘Gatusso’ Okoth is expected back in the squad after shaking off a thigh injury and will partner with Khalid Aucho to control the mid pack. Gor Mahia are in group A alongside Tanzania giants Yanga, Al Khartoum, KMKM and Djibouti Telecom. The second game will see Yanga clash with KMKM at 4pm