The Kenya women national team, Harambee Starlets on Wednesday 25 September continued with preparations for the 2020 Olympic Games qualifier against Ghana set for October, with another double session in residential camp.
Despite having some minor injuries to deal with, assistant coach Jackeline Juma believes the team will get a positive result in the opening leg away in Ghana and finish the job back at home in the return leg.
The first leg of the tie is slated for Friday 4 October at the Accra Sports Stadium in Ghana while the second leg will be played on Tuesday 8 October at the Moi International Sports Center, Kasarani.
“We have minor injuries but that will not hinder us from executing our full potential in the match,
“The first time we played against Ghana, they won, the second time, we drew with them, I therefore believe, it is possible to come home with a win,” she said as quoted on the Football Kenya Federation website.
Meanwhile, Captain Dorcas Shikobe, said morale is high in camp as they aim to break the Ghana jinx and urged fans to plan to attend the return leg game in numbers to push the team.
The final squad of 20 players will be named by end of the week, with