Harambee Stars held their final session on Sunday, November 17, 2019, at the MISC Kasarani, ahead of their upcoming AFCON Qualifier against Togo.
The team jetted back into the country on Saturday, and all is now set for Monday’s match, which is their second of the qualification campaign.
Stars held Egypt to a 1-1 draw on Thursday last week and will be looking forward to a positive result on Monday.
“The players are motivated and very focused on tomorrow’s match,” said coach Kimanzi.
“We had a lot of positives to pick from our draw against Egypt. We will be looking to build on that and I am confident we will post positive results,” he added.
The boys held their final training session on Sunday ahead of Monday’s AFCON Qualifier against Togo.
⚽ Harambee Stars 🇰🇪 vs 🇹🇬 Togo
🏆 2021 AFCON Qualifier
🏟 MISC Kasarani
🗓 Monday| November 18, 2019
⏰ 7 pm EAT
🎫 KES 200 Terraces / 500 VIP pic.twitter.com/i4xLLWImUc
— Harambee Stars (@harambee__stars) November 17, 2019
The coach, meanwhile, confirmed that he may have to do without the services of goalkeeper Patrick Matasi and forward Ayub Timbe who have been ruled out through injury.
“Our medical team is having a look at them but I think the match will be too soon for them. We, however, have enough depth in the team,” he said.
The match has been scheduled for Monday, November 16, 2019, at the MISC Kasarani, starting at 7 pm EAT.
Tickets, meanwhile, will retail at KES 200 (Terraces) and KES 500 (VIP) and will be sold on matchday at Kenya Cinema, Ngomongo Roundabout, Opposite Safari Park Hotel and outside Kasarani’s Gate 12.