National soccer team Harambee Stars will seek to continue its good form in the CECAFA senior challenge cup as they host Libya today evening at Machakos County stadium. Stars under head coach Paul Put, humbled Rwanda 2-0 in a Group ‘A’ match opener at Bukhungu stadium in Kakamega County. Stars scored through Masoud Juma and Duncan Otieno. Paul Put is likely to use the squad that featured in the game against Rwanda that included goalkeeper Patrick Matasi, Dennis Sikhayi, Jockins Atudo, Musa Mohammed, Wesley Onguso, Patillah Omotto, Duncan Otieno, Whyvonne Issuza, Samuel Onyango, George Odhiambo and Masud Juma. After the clash against Libya, the Stars will entertain Zanzibar at the same venue this Saturday. The last time Kenya hosted the tournament in 2013, Harambee Stars went on to win it by beating Sudan two goals to nil in Nairobi. Uganda are the current champions having won the last edition after beating Rwanda 1-0 in the final in 2015 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Last year, the tournament failed to kick off due to unavailability of hosts.
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