Harambee stars started their 2022 Qatar world cup qualification competitions in a higher notch by managing to secure a second position in group E, in the two matches they earlier played. They first managed to hold a draw of 0-0 against Uganda cranes at Kasarani stadium and thereafter, they also managed to hold a draw of 1-1 against Rwanda at Kigali. This is a good impression to the players and the coach Jacob Mulee, as he wants to be the first coach to take the team to the world cup competitions as they haven't done such before.
The secret weapons that Mulee may use to secure a win against Mali are, the Kenyan striker Michael Olunga, the midfielder Joseph Okumu who plays for KAA GENT, Henry Oliver Ochieng who plays for Watford, and the teams midfielder Kennedy Muguna who plays for Azam FC in Tanzania. If Mulee will use the potential of these players, he may secure a win as they have an exposure of many international clubs.
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