The next one week is one of the most packed week in the field of international football as many inter-country matches are lined up most of them being FIFA World Cup qualifier matches.Kenya national team Harambee Stars will be in action too as they have two matches both against Mali on Thursday 7th October and Sunday 10th.
Locally, there is no any TV channel that has confirmed that they will be airing any of this two Harambee Stars fixtures.The goodnews is that FIFA TV has already confirmed that the matches will be live on their YouTube channel.
This is a major move from FIFA as many people will now be able to watch the matches live.The two national teams, Kenya and Mali have met twice, both occasions being in the Africa Cup of Nations in 1994 and 2004.In their first meeting the match ended into a 1-1 draw while in their second meeting Mali won 3-1.
On Thursday at exactly 10.00pm they will be meeting for the third time in Morocco.Which team do you think will carry the day? Feel free to share your views on the comment section and remember to share and follow for more news.
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