Harambee Stars ready to take on DRC

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Kenya won their last match played away in October 2016

Harambee Stars are playing against DR Congo on Sunday at Machakos County Stadium as from 3:00pm and coach Stanley Okumbi is optimistic that his team will win the game.

The Stars registered a 1-1 draw against Uganda on Thursday without some of their key players like Captain Victor Wanyama and it is expected that Okumbi will launch a complete arsenal against The Leopards in search of a win.

Kenya won 1-0 in their last meeting and the coach believes that his side has what it takes to replicate the October 2016 result. “We have beaten them before so why shouldn’t we do the same once more?” he told kpl.co.ke.

Gates for the match opens at 12:00pm with fans required to pay Sh500 for every VIP seat and Sh200 for every seat at the terraces.  

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