Kenya’s football team Harambee Stars is set to warm-up against Barea of Madagascar ahead of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations.
The friendly is set for June 7 in Saint-Leu Forest, France, Madagascar Football Federation has confirmed.
Madagascar qualified for the AFCON for the very first time in their history while, Kenya are making a return to the premium football championship after 15 years.
As part of their preparations for the showpiece scheduled to kick-off from 21st June to 19th July in Egypt, the Harambee Stars will camp in France from 26th May for two weeks.
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All plans for the camp are almost complete after the government approved the team’s budget of Ksh244 million.
Kenya is in Group C of the tournament alongside Senegal, Algeria and neighbors Tanzania.
Madagascar on the other hand are in Group B together with Nigeria, Guinea and Burundi.
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