Kenya will kick off their 2021 Africa Cup of Nations Qualifiers with a tricky away match against Egypt and end the campaign with another away fixture in Togo
Harambee Stars have been pooled in a tough Group G that also has Comoros.
Kenya who dropped two places in the latest Fifa rankings, will play Egypt away in the diary match then host Togo between November 11 and November 19, 2019 in the first round of matches.
After that, Stars will host Comoros followed by an away fixture against the same side between August 31, and September 8, 2020.
The final round of matches will see Kenya host Egypt between October 5 and October 13, 2020, then wind up the campaign with another tricky away trip to Togo between November 9 and November 17, 2020.
Kenya will be looking to make yet another appearance at the continental showpiece, after breaking a 15-year jinx in the 2019 edition where they faired dismally, winning just one of their three group stage matches.
Most crop of players whom coach Sebastien Migne will be banking on to return to the Afcon are currently in residential camp preparing for the CHAN qualifier against Tanzania on Sunday.
The second-leg of CHAN qualifier will be played on August 4, at the MISC Kasarani in Nairobi.
Kenya are yet to play at Africa’s second-tier national tourney exclusively reserved for players featuring in their respective domestic leagues.