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Injured Sofapaka defender Abdallah Juma and AFC' winger Paul Were have been dropped with Bandari's Aboud Omar and Tusker's Peter Opiyo replacing the duo

Harambee Stars tactician Adel Amrouche has effected two changes to the squad travelling to Nigeria for a 2014 World Cup Qualifier against the Africa champions on Saturday.

Injured Sofapaka defender Abdallah Juma and AFC Leopards' winger Paul Were have been left behind with Bandari FC left back Aboud Omar and Tusker's Peter Opiyo replacing the duo.

Meanwhile, Amrouche has revealed to Goal.com that professionals Arnold Origi (Norway) and Christian Bwamy (Belgium), will not travel to Nairobi but will link up with the rest of the squad in Calabar.

Amrouche, who will be handling Kenya for the first time in a competitive match since taking over from departed Frenchman Henri Michel, is confident Stars will cause an upset in Calabar.

“This is football and in football you are never too small or too big. We have prepared well though we have had a short time and Kenya having very good quality players, we can overcome Nigeria at their own home."

“We know they are a good team, the Champions of Africa, but we will not be cowed by that. We are handling them with the seriousness they deserve and I am hopeful we can get a positive result from there."

Below is the traveling squad after the two changes.

Name Club
Goalkeepers:  
Arnold Origi Norway
Duncan Ochieng Sofapaka
Defenders:  
Aboud Omar Bandari FC
Brian Mandela South Africa
Mark Odhiambo Tusker
David Owino Gor Mahia
David Ochieng Tusker
George Owino Sofapaka
James Mulinge Ulinzi
Midfielders:  
Victor Wanyama Scotland
Jamal Mohammed Oman
David Gateri South Africa
Peter Opiyo Tusker FC
Bernard Mangoli AFC Leopards
Francis Kahata Thika United
Johanas Omollo Belgium
Forwards:  
Edwin Lavasta Gor Mahia
Christian Bwamy Belgium
Dennis Oliech France
Jacob Keli KCB
 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

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