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Nandwa names strong starting XI



Harambee Stars coach James Nandwa has released a strong starting line-up for Wednesday’s friendly match against the Mediterranean Knights of Libya at Zouiten Stadium, Tunisia.

ASD Cape Town midfielder David Gateri is the surprise inclusion in the squad that will be captained by AC Ajaccio striker Dennis Oliech.

Norwegian-based goalkeeper Arnold Origi will wear the gloves, with the quartet of Jockins Atudo, Abdalla Juma, David Owino and David Ochieng’ protecting him at the back.

On-form Celtic midfield kingpin Victory Wanyama will partner with Peter Opiyo at the heart of the midfield with Francis Kahata and Gateri playing on the flanks.

Azam attacking midfielder Humprey Mieno will in the hole just behind Oliech.

The match will kick-off at 14:00 Tunisian time.

Starting XI: Arnold Origi [GK], Jockins Atudo, Abdalla Juma, David Owino, David Ochieng, Victor Wanyama, Peter Opiyo, Francis Kahata, David Gateri, Humphrey Mieno, Dennis Oliech [Cpt]. Subs: Duncan Ochieng, Boniface Oluoch, Antony Kimani, Charles Okwemba, Paul Were, Kevin Omondi, Rama Salim, Jesse Were, Mike Baraza, Clifton Miheso, Paul Kiongera.

Coach: James Nandwa



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