Kenya coach Antoine Hey has called up British-born Taiwo Atieno to strengthen his strikeforce for Sunday's Group 2 FIFA World Cup™ qualifier against Mozambique in Maputo.
The USA-based Rochester Rhinos player, who has been struggling with a groin injury will partner Auxerre striker Dennis Oliech upfront in the match which sees Kenya switch from their tried and tested 5-3-2 formation to 4-4-2.
"There will be changes in the midfield. We are strong enough to use more attacking options," he said before departure on Friday.
Kenya beat Mozambique 2-1 in the first leg at home last June to register their first victory and move into third place behind group leaders Tunisia and Nigeria. Mozambique have only one point from three matches and are bottom of the group.
Goalkeepers: Arnold Origi (Moss FK/NOR), Willis Ochieng (IFK Marriehamn/FIN), David Okello (Thika United/KEN)
Defenders: Musa Otieno (Santos/RSA), George Owino (Yanga/TAN), Julius Owino (Gor Mahia/KEN), Pascal Owino (KCB/KEN), John Njoroge (Yanga/KEN), Joakins Atudo (Tusker/KEN)
Midfielders: Robert Mambo (GIF Sundsvall), MacDonald Mariga (Parma/ITA), Austin Makacha (IK Sirius/SWE), Peter Opiyo (Gor Mahia/KEN), Hilary Echessa (Yanga/TAN), James Situma (Sofapaka/KEN), Victor Mugabe (Germinal Beerschot/BEL)
Forwards: (Dennis Oliech (AJ Auxerre/FRA), Patrick Oboya (Siad Most/CZE), Alan Wanga (Petro Atletico/ANG), Taiwo Atieno (Rochester Rhinos/USA).