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Nandwa out to silence Burundi



Harambee Stars coach James Nandwa has vowed to go all out for victory when Kenya faces Burundi in the CHAN qualifiers this weekend.

Nandwa said his side would not leave anything to chance against the Swallows on Sunday.

“We want to focus on two things. The defence plus the attack for our side. We must ensure that we don’t concede and make sure we score to level the score.”

“Fans should come out in numbers to support the team. That will steer them to win over their opponents.”

Burundi silenced Kenya 1-0 in the first leg that was played in Bujumbura a fortnight ago in the quest to feature in the local-based players Caf competition.

The game has been rescheduled to Sunday in what was explained by FKF head of technical committee Elly Mukolwe.

“Caf schedules matches on a particular weekend and then the home federation selects a day of to place the match. And as the hosts, we have settled on Sunday at 1600hrs.”

Squad:

Duncan Ochieng(Cpt), Boniface Oluoch, Abdallah Juma, Edwin Wafula, George Owino, James Situma, Eugine Asike, David ‘Cheche’ Ochieng, Chris Wekesa, Anthony ‘Teddy’ Akumu, Osborne Monday, Francis Kahata, Charles Okwemba, Clifton Miheso, Andrew Tololwa, Kiongera Mungai, Wesley Kemboi, Edwin Lavatsa and Moses Arita.



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