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Tusker FC vs Ulinzi Stars: TV channel, live stream, team news and preview

09:43 GMT+3 12/02/2022
Ulinzi Stars vs Tusker.
The Brewers will eye to seal the double over the Soldiers when they face off in a top-flight fixture at Ruaraka grounds

Tusker will continue their push to reach the summit of the FKF Premier League table when they come up against Ulinzi Stars at Ruaraka grounds on Saturday.

The Brewers are in a good run of two straight victories in the top-flight while the Soldiers drew and won in their last two matches.


Tusker vs Ulinzi Stars


Saturday, February 12, 2022

Time 15:00 (EAT)

TV Channel, Live Stream & How To Watch

In Kenya, the game will not be LIVE.

Kenya TV channelOnline stream



Outside Kenya, the game will NOT be LIVE.

Outside (Kenya) TV channelOnline stream

Squads & Team News

PositionTusker Squad

Patrick Matasi, Emery Mvuyekure and Brian Bwire.


Eugine Asike, Kalos Kirenge, Jimmy Mbugua, Kevin Monyi, Daniel Sakari, Hillary Wandera, and Charles Momanyi.


Humphrey Mieno, Jackson Macharia, Boniface Muchiri, Apollo Otieno, Clyde Senaji, and Teddy Osok.


Joshua Ibrahim and John Ngujuna.

Tusker did not start the season well after struggling to win matches but in recent outings, they have been collecting maximum points.

The Brewers’ midfielder Humphrey Mieno has, however, admitted they are anticipating a tough game against the Nakuru-based side.

“We had been struggling to get back-to-back wins but now we have managed to balance on the right track, we need to take it a game at a time and maintain our focus,” Mieno told the club’s official website ahead of the fixture.

“It will be a tough challenge against Ulinzi [Stars] because they have always been a difficult opponent. They have been changing their style of play to try and keep more of the ball in possession and play short passes but we will be ready to tackle them.”

Probable XI for Tusker: Matasi, Monyi, Kirenge, Oruchum, Asike, Mieno, Ouma, Luvanda, Mwinyi, Joshua, Njuguna.

PositionUlinzi Stars Squad
Goalkeepers Stephen Ochieng, James Saruni, and Jackton Odhiambo.

Brian Birgen, Harun Mwale, Kevin Ouma, George Omondi, Alex Khasambuli, Benard Ongoma, and Quintine Indeche.


Boniface Onyango, Clinton Omondi, Stephen Etyang, Bernard Tindi, John Kago, Byron Odiaga, Omar Boraafya, and Kelvin Thairu.


Elvis Khandoro, Ibrahim Shambi, Masuta Masita, Mark Bikokwa, Bonventure Muchika, John Njuguna, and Oscar Wamalwa.

Ulinzi Stars will come into the game having beaten Wazito FC 1-0 in their last assignment and returning coach Benjamin Nyangweso is confident they will upset the defending champions.

“We are coming into the Tusker game with a lot of confidence, we have trained well and the morale in camp is very high,” Nyangweso told GOAL. “We know they beat us in the first round meeting, and our main focus is to earn revenge.”

The Soldiers will most likely parade their new attacking midfielder Stephen Etyang, who recently joined the team from Kakamega Homeboyz.

Probable XI for Ulinzi: Saruni, Birgen, Mwale, Ouma, Muchika, Ongoma, Omondi, Shambi, Boraafya, Simuyu, Masita.

Match Preview

Tusker have earned 10 points from their last four matches and they will be keen to seal the double over the Soldiers, whom they hammered 4-1 in the first round meeting.

Last season, the first meeting ended in a 1-1 draw before Tusker recovered to haul maximum points in the second round meeting after managing a 1-0 victory while in the 2019 season, the first meeting ended in a 1-1 draw before Ulinzi won the second meeting 1-0.

While Tusker have won their last two matches in the top-flight – 1-0 against Bandari and 2-0 against the same side, Ulinzi drew 2-2 against promoted side Kenya Police before recovering to floor Wazito 1-0.

Tusker are currently sitting in position seven of the 18-team table with 26 points from 16 matches while Ulinzi are placed 11th after collecting 21 points from 15 outings.