Following their 3 wicket victory over Gymkhana ‘A’ last weekend, Sir Ali Muslim Club ‘A’ will be back in action today against Ngara Sports Club ‘A’.

The match will be one of the four Nairobi Provincial Cricket Association (NPCA) 50 Overs League Super League Division lined up at various venues.

Sir Ali skipper Gurdeep Singh “Sunny” says their win last weekend has motivated his teammates to aim even higher.

Nairobi Gymkhana were all out for 217 runs on the board in 47 overs while SAMC chased it in 44.4 overs with 3 wickets in hand.

Gurdeep Singh “Sunny” also a Kenya team ace player, revealed plans of tweaking their batting order to bolster their scoring strategy.

Sir Ali suffered a 3 wicket blow at the hands to SCLPS Cutchi Leva in opening week and are working to strengthen their batting prowess as they aim the League summit.

But Singh reckons their game plan will work in their favour at home against Ngara SC.

“Ngara are a decent side but we have defeated them over the past two seasons. I know they will come hard at us given that they have good all-rounders. We are contemplating changing our top order. Either I am going to open or someone else will,” said the left handed batsman-cum-leg spinner.

“We need more points at the moment to improve on our standing in the league log. Sadly, our openers haven’t been able to put up some decent opening partnerships, but hopefully things will change this weekend.”