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The Harambee Stars will be seeking to end their campaign on a high when they face the Sparrowhawks in Lome on Monday
Togo and Kenya will face off for the final Group G fixture of the Africa Cup of Nations qualifier on Monday.

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The Harambee Stars arrived safely in Lome on Sunday in readiness for the match against the Sparrowhawks and even held training at the venue of the match - at the Stade de Kegue - ahead of their encounter.

Kenya have already missed out on a second straight Afcon finals appearance after they failed to beat Egypt at home on Thursday, managing to come from a goal down to secure a 1-1 draw.

A win for the Sparrowhawks will see them go third although Kenya are expected to mount a tough challenge against them in order to at least keep their pride and finish in a respectable position.

TV Channel, Live Stream & How To Watch

In Kenya, the game will be LIVE on TV.

Coach Claude Le Roy is expected to maintain his side that drew 0-0 with Comoros in the last qualifier.

Probable XI for Togo: Djehani, Agbozo, Tchoutchoui, Djene, Moussa, Eninful, Tchakei, Tchatakoura, Nane, Doke, Bebou.

Whether coach Jacob ‘Ghost’ Mulee will hand goalkeeper James Saruni a place between the sticks remains a matter of waiting and seeing.

Ian Otieno of Zesco United in Zambia has been the preferred keeper in key games for Kenya but since the match does not carry high stakes, the Ulinzi Stars captain could earn a starting role.

AFC Leopards utility player Clyde Senaji was called up as both Kenneth Muguna and Johnstone Omurwa did not travel with the Harambee Stars. Omurwa was red-carded during the game against Egypt while Muguna was injured.

Another player set to miss the clash is Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Anthony Akumu, who did not make the trip to Lome as he requested to attend to family issues back in Kenya.

In his place, coach Mulee would likely start Duke Abuya.

Probable XI for Kenya: Otieno, Onyango, Ouma, Sakari, Senaji, Juma, Abuya, Hassan, Nyakeya, Olunga, Masoud.
Match Preview

Togo and Kenya first met in 1972, the second game was played in 2002 while the third one was held one year later.

In the last three meetings between the two sides, both teams have managed one win each with the other match ending in a draw.

In the 2012 Afcon campaign, Kenya emerged 2-1 winners in the first meeting played at Nyayo Stadium with midfielder James Situma notching the opener in the 24th minute before Togo pulled a goal back courtesy of Razak Boukari but Allan Wanga sealed the win for Kenya in the 66th minute.


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