Harambee Stars set to return to action in November

The National soccer team Harambee Stars is set to return to action in November after the Confederation of African Football announced the new dates for the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations and the 2022 World cup qualifiers.

The world cup qualifiers had initially been postponed due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

The stars will face Comoros home and away in the deferred 2021 African Nations Cup qualifier match that was scheduled to be played in March.

The qualifiers are scheduled to be played between 9th and 17th November.

After two opening matches Kenya lies second in Group ‘G’ with 2 points,  two adrift of leaders Comoros.

Egypt and Togo are ranked third and 4th respectively. The penultimate matches will take place from March 22 to 30 next year.

Meanwhile, the 2022 World Cup qualifiers, where Kenya will face Mali, Uganda, and Rwanda, will be played between May and November next year.

The schedules for the two competitions had to be revised in light of the COVID-19 outbreak which halted many sporting activities across the globe.


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