India takes on Kenya in their second Intercontinental Cup 2018 encounter. The match will also mark Indian football captain Sunil Chettri’s 100th International game, which is a big feat. The Stephen Constantine-team looks good to go the distance in the tournament. Ace striker Sunil Chettri is in red-hot form, he scored a hattrick in India’s last encounter against Chinese Taipei. India won the match 5-0. Also Read - FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup Tournament Director Roma Khanna Resign
This tournament is a big opportunity for India to get their bases covered ahead of the AFC Asian Cup 2019. That is the big one for Constantine and Sunil. Kenya should not be easy pushovers, but India should still emerge victorious with the home crowd backing them and a Sunil Chettri in top gear. Also Read - Football: Indian Women's League Scheduled in Odisha Postponed due to COVID-19 Surge
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When does India play Kenya in the Intercontinental Cup 2018?
India plays Kenya on June 4, 2018.
Where is India versus Kenya match in the Intercontinental Cup 2018 going to be held?
India will host Kenya at the Mumbai Football Arena in Mumbai.
When is the match between India versus Kenya going to start?
The Intercontinental Cup 2018 match between India and Kenya is going to start at 2000 hrs/ 08:00 PM IST.
Where will the match Intercontinental Cup 2018 match between India and Kenya going on to be aired?
The Intercontinental Cup 2018 match between India and Kenya going to be aired on Star Sports 2, Star Sports 2 HD.
Where can the Intercontinental Cup 2018 match between India and Kenya be live streamed online/App?
The Intercontinental Cup 2018 match between India and Kenya be live streamed on HOTSTAR.
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