Kenya's Harambee Stars have taken in their adversaries for the forthcoming 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers. Harambee Stars are among 32 groups who will be hoping to meet all requirements for the biennial mainland show-stopper set to be organized in Cote d'Ivoire. In the draw led on Tuesday, April 19, in South Africa by the Confederation of African Football, Kenya was pooled in Group C of the qualifiers.
The East African country is charged to face World Cup-bound Cameroon, Namibia, and Burundi.
In the interim, the opposition's 2021 finalists Senegal and Egypt both landed precarious gatherings, with the Pharaohs arrival Guinea, Malawi, and Ethiopia in Group D. On their part, Senegal will face Rwanda, Mozambique, and Benin Republic in Group L. Nigeria's Super Eagles are in Group An of the qualifiers close by Burkina Faso, Sierra Leone, and Sao Tome and Principe. Somewhere else, Cote d'Ivoire, who are set to have the competition will handle Zambia, Comoros and Lesotho despite the fact that they have previously gotten their spot in the competition.
In that capacity, just a single other group from their gathering will procure a ticket for the finals.
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