Ahead of their opening Group C clash against Algeria, Harambee Stars skipper Victor Wanyama is confident that they will offer a stern test against the 1990 African Cup of Nations winners.
Kenya will end their 15-year exile from the continental showpiece when they take on Algeria on Sunday 23rd June at the 30 June Air Defence Stadium in an 11 PM (EAT) kick off. Sebastien Migne's charges have had top-notch preparations for the competition after holding a 19-day residential training camp in France and playing warm-up matches against Madagascar and DR Congo.
Speaking in a press conference ahead of the Algeria clash, Wanyama noted that they will not be pushovers, "I think there is no pressure, pressure was there when we wanted to qualify and now its time to go out and enjoy ourselves and show people that we are no pushovers so there is no pressure in the team we had a good camp and we are ready to battle.
"Algeria is a good team, we are aware of that, we respect them but on the pitch, we will fight, it's not going to be easy, we will make it very difficult for them and we are ready."