This will be the second time that the championship side is playing against a Kenyan side after they won the inaugural match 2-1 last summer against KPL All Stars.
It is confirmed that Hull will arrive in the country on May 11 in readiness for the match. There will be a local derby pitting rivals AFC Leopards and Gor Mahia on May 1 at Afraha Stadium in Nakuru to decide which team will play Hull.
The Ministry of Sports through PS Kaberia has expressed hopes that Kasarani Stadium will be ready to host the high profile game.
“We are really pushing for Kasarani to be ready and host the match. We will be visitng there soon to check the progress. The venues under construction and renovations will be ready before June this year.”
The issue of playing venues has been a big problem for a number of Kenyan Premier League clubs and also national teams.