The officials that will oversee the friendly match between hosts Kenya and Mozambique on Sunday 13 October at the MISC Kasarani have been named.
Kenyan referee Israel Mpaima will act as the Center Referee with Tony Kidia and Samuel Kuria being the first and second assistant referee respectively; Andrew Juma being the fourth Official. Another Kenyan in Peter Kiereini will serve as the Match Commissioner.
This will not be the first time both teams will be meeting with their last meeting being at the same Sunday venue where Mozambique lost to a solitary goal.
Kenya was to hold the same opponents to a goalless draw on September 2, 2017, at the Estadio do Zimpeto in Maputo.
Stars have been preparing for the clash since Monday this week with all the foreign-based players called for duty already arriving; Japanese based Michael Olunga being the last to arrive on Thursday.
Captain Victor Wanyama was part of the team that trained from Wednesday and will hope that he can get more playing time as he gets fit after a long lay off with an injury.
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