Namibia square up against Kenya in Gold Cup Final

Namibia square up against Kenya in Gold Cup Final

Windhoek-Namibia's Rugby national team will be looking to qualify for their 6th Rugby World Cup when they face Kenya in the Rugby Africa Gold Cup final on Saturday in Windhoek.
The Gold Cup's final fixture set to take place at the Hage Geingob Stadium in Windhoek will kick off at four o'clock in the afternoon on Saturday and will double as a qualification match for the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan.
Having been at the world's showpiece five times before, the Namibian team is said to be fully aware of what is expected in the deciding match against the Kenyans. They are thus full of confidence and hopes for the best.
The Namibian side will likely rely on their speed and collective play to turn the table in their favour, while the Kenyans - who have a New Zealander as their mentor - will approach the game with a well-orchestrated game plan in place to do the trick and potentially spoil the party for the home team.
"The pitch will be nice and dry and will favour running Rugby. It will be a fantastic occasion and one that African Rugby will be proud of, I am sure we will win” Davis said.
Other final matches in the Gold Cup on Saturday will see Uganda take on Zimbabwe, while Tunisia face Morocco.