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Kenya hosts Uganda in Africa World Cup Qualifier scheduled for 2nd September 2021. Find out more about this match in this preview. We also have the best free predictions with the best odds along the way.
Top Free Predictions for Kenya vs Uganda
Our soccer predictions contain no bias and have been researched using the latest team stats, news, and information. Our best three picks for Kenya vs Uganda World Cup Qualifier fixture are as follows:
- Match result
- Kenya to win
- Total goals
- Under 2.5
- Odds not yet available
- Both teams to score
- Odds not yet available
Note: The odds for this game are correct on William Hill at the time of writing.
Kenya to win
While Uganda has always been a tough opponent, Kenya’s football has gained momentum since the appointment of new head coach, Jacob Ghost Mulee. The hosts, popularly known as Harambee Stars, should go all out to get a result in this game. A home advantage and a better run of form in recent games than that Uganda Cranes is a strong indicator that Kenya can bag all points on matchday.
Few goals expected
This fixture is already generating a lot of exciting in the neighboring countries. Kenya and Uganda have never played in World Cup and for a fixture like this that pits good neighbours against each other; it is almost like a derby. Our second pick is a tense match that will yield fewer than three goals at full-time.
Goals on one side
Uganda has never defeated Kenya away from home. These countries have always shared the spoils in three previous encounters, two which ended 1-1 and the other a barren draw. An important match as this, however, promises a different scoreline and we are backing Kenya to win with a clean sheet.
Match Preview: Kenya and Uganda Lock Horns in World Cup Qualifiers
Kenya and Uganda have always been good neighbours. However, this match promises bitter rivalry as both sides fight for points in Group E alongside neighbours Rwanda and Mali from North Africa. Our match preview has more details about this game.
Harambee Stars (Kenya)
Kenya is unbeaten in the last four games, three of which were home fixtures. It is safe to say, new head coach, Jacob Mulee has not lost a match since taking over the reigns. Mulee previously managed Harambee Stars and steered them to the first ever participation in the African Cup of Nations. The new head coach has assured Funs that Kenya can make it to the World Cup 2022, and so this first qualifier fixture against neighours will be an important test on litmus paper for the returning coach.
Uganda Cranes (Uganda)
The Uganda Cranes seem to have lost momentum in the past few months. The visitors have not won in their last five matches. With 1D and 3L in the last four games, Uganda’s once formidable national soccer is beginning to look as though they will be a weak opponent in Group E. However, known for their fighting spirit and a strong defensive play, we expect new headcoach, Abadallah Mubiru to adopt a different strategy if he is to steer the Cranes further into the WCQ.
Top Stats, More Odds and H2H Information
FAQs-Kenya vs Uganda
What was the result in the last meeting between Kenya and Uganda?
The last meeting was in September 2019 and it ended 1-1.
Where can this game in East Africa?
The match will be live on National Broadcaster, KBC for Kenyan viewers and Uganda’s National Broadcaster.
What is the kick-off time?
The game will start at 16:00 GMT +3
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