A source in Sudan has revealed to Goal that the match will be on Thursday a move that could affect Kenyan clubs taking part in Caf competitions
The match between Sudan and Harambee Stars has been postponed to Thursday in a move that could affect Kenyan clubs taking part in this weekend’s continental matches.
A source in Sudan has revealed to Goal that the match has been pushed to a day later following the late arrival of Harambee Stars.
“The match will be played on Thursday in Darfur as Harambee Stars arrived late in Sudan. We could not play the match on Wednesday as earlier scheduled,” said our source.
Both Gor Mahia and AFC Leopards' have players in the national team with the former expected to depart for Tunisia on Thursday for their match against Esperance.
Ingwe, who need to overturn a 2-0 deficit suffered in the hands of SuperSport United, have in Kenyan squad goalkeeper Wycillife Kasaya, James Situma, Peter Opiyo, Paul Were and Jacob Keli while Gor Mahia players in the team are David Owino, Musa Mohammed and Anthony Akumu.
Gor Mahia lost the first leg played in Nairobi 3-2 and must win by three clear goals against the North Africans to advance to the next stage of the lucrative competition.