Seven matches were played as the SportPesa Premier League entered Round 27 on Wednesday 1st May. 

Mt Kenya United 0-3 Western Stima

Western Stima got back to its winning ways with a comfortable 3-0 win over Mt Kenya United in Machakos courtesy of goals from Kennedy Otieno, Henry Onyango and goalkeeper Samuel Odhiambo who scored a penalty.

Nzoia Sugar 0-2 AFC Leopards

AFC Leopards got easy pickings as they were awarded a walkover after their opponents Nzoia Sugar failed to show up at the Bukhungu Stadium in Kakamega.

Chemelil Sugar 2-2 Kariobangi Sharks

Chemelil Sugar FC and Kariobangi Sharks FC played to a 2-2 draw in a match played at the Chemelil Complex. Chemelil got their goals through Selassie Otieno and Nigerian forward Junior Adeyefa while Vincent Wasambo grabbed a brace for the visitors.

Sony Sugar 3-1 Vihiga United

At the Green Stadium in Awendo, Sony Sugar eased past Vihiga United 3-1. Derrick Otanga grabbed a brace for the sugar millers with Enock Agwanda scoring the other while Vihiga’s lone goal was scored by Patrick Okulo. 

Mathare United 3-1 Zoo FC

Mathare United edged Zoo FC 3-1 at the Moi International Sports Center in Kasarani. Cliff Nyakeya scored a brace for the Slum Boys with Clifford Alwanga scoring the other. Zoo custodian Martin Elungat scored from the spot to pull a consolation for the visitors. 

Sofapaka 3-2 Posta Rangers

Sofapaka survived a late scare to beat Posta Rangers 3-2 at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos. John Avire, Umaru Kasumba and George Maelo had given Batoto Ba Mungu a comfortable lead but late goals from Francis Nambute and Felix Oluoch changed the dynamics of the game. Sofapaka, however, held on to pick the maximum points.

Kakamega Homeboyz 1-3 Tusker FC

Tusker FC outpowered Kakamega Homeboyz 3-1 in an entertaining clash at the Bukungu Stadium in Kakamega. David Majak and Boniface Muchiri gave The Brewers a 2-0 lead heading into the breather and Jackson Macharia made it 3-0 soon after the restart. Maxwell Ravel reduced the deficit in the 72nd minute but Tusker held on to win.