Tunisian officials have been appointed to take charge of the game between Uganda and Kenya at St. Mary’s Stadium Kitende.
The two sides will face off on Sunday October 10th in their fourth game of the 2021 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
Uganda will enter this game after registering their maiden win against Rwanda in Kigali in the ongoing qualifiers courtesy of Fahad Bayo lone strike.
Gurat Haythem will be the Centre referee assisted by fellow countrymen, Hassan Khalil and Bakir Mohamed as first and second Assistant Referees respectively.
Another Tunisian Fadul Bouali Mohamed Yousri will act as the fourth official, Tanzanian Abdi Soud will act as referees assessor while Ghana’s Adam Munkaila Nassam will act as match commissioner.
Uganda currently sits second in group E with five points from three games two points below group leaders Mali.