Gor Mahia will kick-off their Cecafa Kagame Cup campaign against Rayon Sports on July 1, according to a revised fixtures.
Cecafa organisers have been forced to make changes to the fixtures after Yanga of Tanzania and St. Georges of Ethiopia withdrew.
Yanga pulled out to concentrate on Caf Confederation Cup, where they are set to take on the Kenyan champions in the next round of matches. Yanga have been replaced by Singida United with APR of Rwanda taking the place of St. Georges.
The changes, however, had no effects on Gor Mahia's fixtures.
Zanzibar's Jeshi La Kujenga Uchumi and Ugandan side Vipers SC will roll off the tournament on June 29 followed by a game between hosts Azam and Kator from South Sudan.
The second day will pit Ports versus Lydia as Simba SC of Tanzania squares it out with Dakadaha.
K’Ogalo will march to the pitch against Rayon Sports, in what could pass as a warm-up match ahead of both sides’ Caf Confederation return leg clash, later in August.
Gor Mahia will then take on Lydia before winding up their Group C campaign against Ports on July 4.