Kenya Broadcasting Cooperation (KBC TV) is one of the free to air TV channels which has been ensuring that Kenyans get to enjoy free and live footballing action across different leagues in the world.They have been airing live the FA Emirates Cup, Germany's DFB-POKAL Cup, CAF Champions League and Confederation league and on top of all The CAF inter-country matches.
Through their social media platforms, KBC TV has confirmed that they will be airing the match between Kenyas Harambee Stars and Mali live from 10.00pm.This will be the third match for both Kenya and Mali in the group stage of FIFA World Cup qualifiers after playing the first two matches in September.
Currently, Mali top the group with 4 points with their tonights rivals Kenya coming on in the second position with 2 points.Uganda and Rwanda close the group at position 3 and 4 respectively.The match is expected to be one of the best as the two teams have assembled some of their best footballers.
Which of the two teams to you think will carry the day tonight? Feel free to share your views on the comment section and remember to share and follow for more news.
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