Visiting Hull City praying for a win against Gor Mahia

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This will be the second time in one year for Gor Mahia to play an English side having narrowly lost to Everton 2-1 in Tanzania

English side Hull City is hopeful of getting a win against Kenya Premier League champions Gor Mahia at Kasarani Stadium on Sunday.

Head of Hull City medical team Rob Price says Gor Mahia is a good side that promises a tough game. “We want to win the match, every team plays to win and we are hoping for the same,” Price told Goal on Friday.

According to Price, it will be a game like no other, revealing that Hull is weary of the Kenyan champions. “For sure we are worried of Gor Mahia, we have seen their games on videos and we have to be cautious as a team.

"They are also good on penalties and that is why we must be very cautious.”

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This will be the second time in one year for Gor Mahia to play an English side having narrowly lost to Everton 2-1 in Tanzania last summer. Hull City will arrive on Friday led by former Manchester United star Freizer Campbell.

A product of Man United's youth academy, Campbell, who has previously played for, Royal Antwerp, Tottenham, Sunderland, Cardiff City and Crystal Palace, is among the 18 players named by coach Nigel Adkins for the tour of Kenya.

Hull City squad: David Marshall, Callum Burton, Dan Batty, Jarrod Bowen, Fraizer Campbell, Billy Chadwick, Max Clark, Adam Curry, Nouha Dicko, Evandro, Brandon Fleming, Tyler Hamilton, Will Keane, Stephen Kingsley, Robbie McKenzie, Tom Powell, Kevin Stewart and Jon Toral.

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