Kenya returns to the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) with hope of winning their matches in pool C and qualify into the second round.
The Sebastien Migne led team will begin their title campaign against Algeria on 23rd June at Cairo stadium at 20:00hours that will be have been proceeded by Senegal playing Tanzania at 17:00hours.
Then they will play neigbhbours and East African side Tanzania in their second match on 27th June at 20:00hors after Algeria hosting Senegal three hours earlier then they will complete the pool C matches against Senegal at 1900hors, playing the same time as Algeria hosts Tanzania.
The follpwing is full group fixtures for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt after draw was made Friday.
Egypt v Zimbabwe, Cairo Stadium 2000
Democratic Republic of Congo v Uganda, Cairo Stadium 1430
Uganda v Zimbabwe 1700, Egypt v DR Congo 2000, both Cairo Stadium
Egypt v Uganda, Cairo Stadium; Zimbabwe v DR Congo, Alexandria Stadium, both 1900
Nigeria v Burundi, 1700; Guinea v Madagascar 2000, both Alexandria Stadium
Nigeria v Guinea 1430, Alexandria Stadium
Madagascar v Burundi 1430, Alexandria Stadium
Madagascar v Nigeria, Alexandria Stadium; Burundi v Guinea, Cairo Stadium, both 1600
Senegal v Tanzania 1700, Kenya v Algeria 2000, both June 30 Stadium, Cairo
Algeria v Senegal, 1700; Kenya v Tanzania 2000, both June 30 Stadium
Kenya v Senegal, June 30 Stadium; Tanzania v Algeria, Al Salam Stadium, Cairo, both 1900
Morocco v Namibia 1430, Al Salam Stadium
South Africa v Ivory Coast 1430, Al Salam Stadium
Morocco v Ivory Coast 1700, Namibia v South Africa 2000, both Al Salam Stadium
South Africa v Morocco, Al Salam Stadium; Namibia v Ivory Coast, June 30 Stadium, both 1600
Tunisia v Angola 1700, Mauritania v Mali 2000, both Suez Stadium
Tunisia v Mali 1430, Suez Stadium
Mauritania v Angola 1430, Suez Stadium
Tunisia v Angola
Mauritania v Tunisia, Suez Stadium; Angola v Mali, Ismailia Stadium, both 1900
Cameroon v Guinea-Bissau 1700, Ghana v Benin 2000, both Ismailia Stadium
Cameroon v Ghana 1700, Benin v Guinea-Bissau 2000, both Ismailia Stadium
Benin v Cameroon, Ismailia Stadium; Guinea-Bissau v Ghana, Suez Stadium, both 1600
Note: top two finishers in each group and four best third-place teams qualify for second round
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