Kenya will host the Pharaohs on Thursday in the fifth round of qualifiers, before facing Togo away in the final round next week.
“We are training in a great way since the beginning of the camp and the general atmosphere in the camp is delightful,” Olunga said in comments published on the Kenya Football Association website.
“If we maintain our morale, we will be able to achieve a positive result in the Egypt and Togo matches,” he added.
The Kenyan team ranks third with 3 points, 5 points behind the leaders Egypt and Comoros, while Togo is ranked bottom with one point.
“It’s a great feeling to come home,” the Qatari Al Duhail player added, “I look forward to doing my best in the upcoming matches.”
There are 6 other professional players in Kenyas list with Olonga, only 2 of them are from the European continent where the Swedish league is, as a large number of the team’s professionals missed due to travel restrictions in light of the outbreak of the Corona virus.
Goalkeeping: Ian Ottino (ZESCO United) – James Saroni (Ullenzi Stars) – Joseph Oakuth (Commercial Bank)
Defense: Joseph Okumu (Elsburg Sweden) – Erik Uma (Ike Sweden) – Josh Onyango (Simba, Tanzania) – Johnston Umarwa (Wazito) – Nahashon Elimbe (Commercial Bank) – Aaron Mauli (Olenzi Stars) – Daniel Sakari (Kariobangi Sharks) – Baraka PADI (Commercial Bank)
the middle: Anthony Akumo (Kaiser Chiefs, South Africa) – Doc Apia (Nkana) – Cliff Niakia (Zed Masry) – Duncan Utino (Leopards) – Lawrence Juma) Sofabaka) – Kenneth Mojana (Jormahia) – Kevin Simio – Danson Chitambi (Bandari) – James Mazembe (Kariobangi Sharks) – David Ueno (Napsa Stars) – Kevin Kimani (Wazito) – Boniface Mochere (Tusker) – Abdullah Hassan (Bandari)
attack: Michael Olonga (Al-Duhail, Qatar) – Masoud Jouma (JSK) – Eric Kabatio (Kariobangi Sharks) – Elvis Rabia (Leopards)