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“Again, we have had different players coming in, and new players who were making their debut. I was impressed with Odada, meaning he has solved our problem in the midfield department, ” Mulee told Goal after the Uganda game. “He is just 20 and has a lot to offer. ” Probable XI for Kenya: Otieno, Ouma, Asike, Okumu, Sakari, Juma, Odada, Muguna, Abdallah, Juma, Olunga. Match Preview Kenya and Rwanda have met 14 times and it is the Harambee Stars who have a better record as they have managed a total of seven wins, lost four, and drawn four. The first time the two sides met was in a friendly played on November 25, 1986, when Rwanda emerged 3-2 winners at Nyayo Stadium and their second meeting was also in a friendly played in 1995 when Kenya recorded a 1-0 win.
Probable XI for Rwanda: Mvuyekure, Bizimana, Nirisarike, Rwatubyaye, Hakizimana, Niyonzima, Imanishimwe, Omborenga, Mukunzi, Kagere, Tuyisenge. Position Kenya squad Goalkeepers Ian Otieno (Zesco United, Zambia), James Saruni (Ulinzi Stars, Kenya), Joseph Okoth (KCB, Kenya), and Brian Bwire (Kariobangi Sharks, Kenya). Defenders Joseph Okumu (KAA Gent, Belgium), Eric Ouma (AIK, Sweden), Eugene Asike (Tusker, Kenya), Harun Shakava (Gor Mahia, Kenya), Andrew Juma (Gor Mahia, Kenya), Siraj Mohammed (Bandari, Kenya), Frank Odhiambo (Gor Mahia, Kenya), Bolton Omwenga (Nairobi City Stars, Kenya), and Daniel Sakari (Kariobangi Sharks, Kenya).
Rwanda vs Kenya: TV channel, live stream, team news and previewThe Harambee Stars will be keen to earn their first victory in Group E when they battle Amavubi at Nyamirambo Kenya will be going for their first win in Group E of the 2022 World Cup qualifying matches when they take on Rwanda at Nyamirambo Stadium on Sunday. The Harambee Stars kicked off their campaign to reach Qatar with a 0-0 draw against neighbours Uganda at Nyayo Stadium in Nairobi on Thursday while Amavubi suffered a 1-0 defeat against Mali at Adrar Stadium.
Midfielders Richard Odada (Red Star Belgrade, Serbia), Duke Abuya (Nkana, Zambia), Duncan Otieno (Lusaka Warriors, Zambia), Lawrence Juma (Sofapaka, Kenya), Kenneth Muguna (Gor Mahia, Kenya), Patillah Omoto (Kariobangi Sharks, Kenya), Enock Momanyi (FC Talanta, Kenya), Jackson Macharia (Tusker, Kenya), Eric Johanna (Jonkopings Sondra IF, Sweden) Boniface Muchiri (Tusker, Kenya), and Abdalla Hassan (Bandari, Kenya). Forwards Michael Olunga (Al-Duhail, Qatar), Masud Juma (Difaa Hassani El Jadidi, Morocco), Erick Kapaito (Kariobangi Sharks, Kenya), and Henry Meja (Tusker). Kenya coach Jacob ‘Ghost’ Mulee is well aware that the draw against Uganda was not good enough to keep the team’s chances o