The Black Queens landed in Nairobi on Sunday for their second friendly against the Harambee Starlets.
The match will be played at the MISC Kasarani on Wednesday and the two teams get a chance to see how ready they are ahead of the tournament.
“We opted to play Kenya because of our good working relationship and also because they will be taking part in the AWCON tournament like we will”
“This friendly match will be good for us to not only gauge the standard of Women football in East Africa but to also get in good shape for the tournament,” Bashir Hayford said in an interview in Nairobi.
After the match against Kenya, the Black Queens face South Africa in Accra on November 11.