On Thursday 25, March Kenyas Harambee Stars will be playing against Egypts Pharaohs in an AFCON qualifier match starting 7.00pm(EAT) at Moi sports centre kasarani stadium.This will be the fifth game of the qualifiers for each team and important the teams as well as the qualifiers are towards the end.
Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC) TV have communicated through their social media accounts that they will be airing the live match from Kasarani stadium at the scheduled time.
Kenya will be seeking their first win since the qualifiers began after playing to three draws and one loss in their recent matches.Egypt on the other side will be looking for their third win which will ensure their qualification to AFCON 2022 in Cameroon.
The two teams are in group G alongside Comoros and Togo who will be battling out in Comoros.Egypt and Comoros top the group with 8 points each with Kenya and Togo coming in third and fourth positions with 3 and 1 points respectively.
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