The towering ahead stays assured the Harambee Stars have what it takes to return out with optimistic outcomes from the 2 ties

Kenya ahead Michael Olunga has burdened the significance of taking a special strategy after they tackle Egypt and Togo within the African Cup of Nations qualifiers.

The Harambee Stars will face the Pharaohs at Kasarani Stadium on March 25 earlier than they journey to face Togo in Lome on March 29.

Forward of the 2 matches, Olunga, who at the moment seems for Al Duhail SC within the Qatari Stars League, has maintained for them to get a great outcome, they need to take a special strategy towards the 2 nations.

“I really feel pleased to be again dwelling and you already know being referred to as to play for the nationwide group is an enormous honour no participant can flip down, and it’s a motivation in itself, and I’m actually humbled to return and assist my nationwide group,” Olunga instructed Objective on Tuesday.

“We all know the calibre of groups each Egypt and Togo are, we’ve performed towards them earlier than, we drew each matches and I believe it will likely be a special sport now as a result of we play Egypt at dwelling after which Togo away [it is our final two games].

“So, we should take a special strategy towards them [if we are to win] and we must be extra motivated and should play higher than we did within the first conferences.

“Everyone knows the place we’re within the group and what we have to do, so we should do our greatest to win the matches, and in reality, the sport towards Egypt ought to give us the route of how we are going to strategy the second sport towards Togo in Lome.”

On Tuesday, Gor Mahia’s Kenneth Muguna, Nzoia Sugar’s Kevin Simiyu, Tusker’s Boniface Muchiri, and defender Joseph Okumu from (Sweden) had been the most recent gamers to report back to camp.

When naming the squad for the 2 matches, Kenya coach Jacob ‘Ghost’ Mulee omitted captain Victor Wanyama alongside midfielder Johanna Omolo, Eric Johanna, and winger Ayub Timbe, based mostly in Sweden and Japan, respectively, alongside custodian Arnold Origi.

Kenya squad, Goalkeepers; Ian Otieno (Zesco United, Zambia), James Saruni (Ulinzi Stars, Kenya), Joseph Okoth (KCB, Kenya).

Defenders: Joseph Okumu (IF Elfsborg, Sweden), Eric Ouma (AIK, Sweden), Joash Onyango (Simba, Tanzania), Johnstone Omurwa (Wazito, Kenya), Nahashon Alembi (KCB, Kenya), Harun Mwale (Ulinzi Stars, Kenya), Daniel Sakari (Kariobangi Sharks, Kenya), Baraka Badi (KCB, Kenya).

Midfielders: Anthony Akumu (Kaizer Chiefs), Duke Abuya (Nkana, Zambia), Cliff Nyakeya (Masr, Egypt), Duncan Otieno (Lusaka Warriors, Zambia), Lawrence Juma (Sofapaka, Kenya), Kenneth Muguna (Gor Mahia, Kenya), Kevin Simiyu (Nzoia Sugar, Kenya), Danson Chetambe (Bandari, Kenya), James Mazembe (Kariobangi Sharks, Kenya), David Owino (KCB, Kenya), Kevin Kimani (Wazito, Kenya), Boniface Muchiri (Tusker, Kenya), Abdalla Hassan (Bandari, Kenya).

Forwards: Michael Olunga (Al-Duhail, Qatar), Masud Juma (Difaâ Hassani El Jadidi, Morocco), Erick Kapaito (Kariobangi Sharks, Kenya), Elvis Rupia (AFC Leopards).

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