Harambee Starlets safely arrived in Lusaka, Zambia, on Sunday morning ahead of the second leg of their Olympics Qualifier.
The team is set to have a feel of the field of play on Sunday evening in preparation for Monday’s crucial encounter.
Coach David Ouma expressed delight in the team’s scoring abilities in the first leg, noting that possibilities are open for a positive result in the second leg encounter.
“We have all possibilities of going through to the next round. I was happy with how my team performed in attack in the first leg, despite our defensive frailties, so I am confident we’ll get a positive result,” said coach Ouma as the team left Nairobi for Lusaka on Saturday night.
The #HarambeeStarlets arrived safely in Zambia on Sunday morning. The team will have a feel of the field of play on Sunday afternoon ahead of Monday’s crucial match. https://t.co/zN3ekBLgiZ#StarletsReborn pic.twitter.com/ws8md36e8x
— Harambee Starlets (@H_Starlets) November 10, 2019
The match is set to be played on Monday, November 11, 2019, at the Nkoloma Stadium in Lusaka, Zambia, with the winner on aggregate proceeding to the qualifying tournament’s fifth and final round.
The fifth round winner will ultimately represent the country in the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo will the loser will get a lifeline in a playoff against Chile, who came second in the South American Confederation’s (CONMEBOL) qualifying tournament.