The Kenya national team was boosted on Tuesday 6 October with the arrival of skipper Victor Wanyama as the team goes through its final paces ahead of the 2018 World Cup qualifier against Mauritius in Port Louis.
Wanyama, who plies his trade for English Premier League side Southampton was in action against Chelsea on Saturday 3 October but managed to make in time for the game in Mauritius scheduled for Wednesday 7 October.
He joined the team along with two others, Ayub Timbe and Johanna Omollo both who play in Norway, with Lierse and Royal Antwerp respectively.
The news of their arrival was confirmed by the Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Communications Officer, John Kariuki.
Kariuki however informed 366football.com that South Africa based defender Brian Mandela will not be joining the team as he has issues with his passport.
The match will be staged at the Stade Anjalay.