Leopards emerged third and have the potential to go second if they beat Sony in thew rescheduled match and finish with thirty points. Currently, the leopards are stuck on 27 points, one behind Tusker and five behind leaders Sofapaka.
The results of the first leg can be summarised as follows:-
The Leopards have so far played eight matches away and six at home. Technically this means the leopards have played more matches away than at home.
However, out of the fourteen matches played so far, eight have been played at Nyayo National Stadium, the putative home of the Leopards with two matches played at Mumias Sugar another adopted home of the Leopards whilst the match against Tusker was also played at an unofficial home though in Mombasa. In all, Leopards had the potential to play eleven out of fourteen matches at Nyayo which is their homeground.
Considering that the Sony match that was postponed was scheduled for Nyayo, Leopards would easily have played twelve out of fifteen matches at their homeground! However, it appears the rescheduled match against Sony will take place at the adopted home of Mumias.
In 2011, the results of the whole season for the Leopards read like this:-
The contrast is starling. Last year, Leopards ground out some one-nil results (four) whilst this year they have yet to grind out a one nil result.
Last year,m in thirty matches, Leopards did not suffer a 3-0 loss though this year they have already suffered such a loss.
Last year, Leopards scored nine home wins and four away wins. This year, Leopards has already scored four away wins.