|Kenya vs Sychelles return leg to be played under floodlights|
|Thursday, 10 November 2011 17:27|
By Timothy Olobulu
The Harambee Stars players on arrival in Sychelles
The Kenya vs Sychelles pre world cup qualifier return leg is set to be played under floodlights this coming Tuesday at the Nyayo National Stadium. According to the FKL Secretariat, the match will be played at 6pm.
Security firm G4S will be mandated to sell the tickets. VIP tickets will retail at 1,000shillings while ordinary terrace tickets will go for 300 shillings. Sale of tickets will commence tomorrow and conclude on Monday. No tickets shall be sold on match day. The ticket selling points will be G4S outlets in Buruburu, Dagoretti, Westlands, Afya Centre and Comunity area in upperhill.
At the same time, the national team has arrived safely in sychelles ready for the tie tomorrow evening. The morale in the camp is high and the players and technical bench are confident of a win.
Harambee Stars contigent arrived safely in Seychelles at 1pm Kenyan time on Thursday and went direct to their prestigious 5 star Beau Vallon Berjaya hotel in the main beach on the main island arguably one of the most beautiful in Seychelles.
The National team had a light training in the evening at the Unity Stadium the venue of the match today which is an astro turf.
The Stadium has a capacity of 10,000 and is right next to the sea in a country with just 87,000 people making up the whole population.
The Seychelles national team are the reigning Indian Ocean Games champions after beating Mauritius a couple of months ago to win the title for the first time in their history.
Conditions are very hot as it is 34 degrees today with 85 percent humidity and rains are expected during the game as there's been a lot of rain of late which caused flooding and landslides recently.
(courtesy Robin Toskin, FK Media liason officer in Sychelles)
Stars need to register positive results in both legs to qualify for the group stages of the Brazil 2014World Cup Qualifiers.