Kenya’s Harambee Stars will leave the country on Saturday for Togo ahead of their clash on Monday.

 

The Jacob Ghost Mulee side had their recovery session on Friday and is expected to have a feel of the field of play later in the day as they wrap up their final group G qualifier match.

 

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According to coach Mulee, as quoted by the Federation’s portal, the outing against Egypt on Thursday gives them hope for a positive result in their Monday clash.

 

“The team showed immense confidence in their game against Egypt and it gives me hope of a positive result as we face Togo on Monday and also in the other upcoming competitions ahead in the calendar,” Mulee said.

 

The team however will be without the services of midfielder Kenneth Muguna who picked up an injury during their clash against the Pharaohs. According to the player, the injury got worse after the game with AFC Leopards’ Clyde Senaji already called to replace the player.

 

“I picked the injury in the game but didn’t feel it then. It got worse after the game and couldn’t but I hope its nothing serious,” Muguna told Pepeta.

 

With a game to go, Kenya stands at position three in Group G with four points; Egypt and Comoros the teams to have qualified in their group.

 

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