Harambee Stars will be away to the Sparrowhawks in their Group G dead-rubber hoping to end their campaign on a high.
Who will shine for Stars?
Here is a list of players who could have an impact for the East Africans on Monday.
The custodian had a good game against Egypt and is seen as a solution to the problematic goalkeeping department. Against the Sparrowhawks, the Zesco United custodian has to ensure his back four is well organised to avoid conceding.
The 20-year-old made his debut against the seven-time Afcon Champions and he was impressive throughout. The Kariobangi Sharks full-back has another chance to make the position his own against the West Africans. He will be required to bring in crosses for the strikers as well.
Otieno will be expected to come in, in place of Anthony Akumu who is not in the travelling party. The Lusaka Dynamos midfielder has a chance to prove he deserves to be considered on a regular basis. He will have to protect the back four and link the defence and attack.
The Simba SC centre-back has been in form this season and once again showed his importance in a 1-1 draw against the Pharaohs. With Johnstone Omurwa suspended, Nahashon Alembi is expected to partner him and Onyango will have to guide him.
The towering striker had a bad game against the Pharaohs, wasting chances that would have won Harambee Stars the game. He will, however, have another opportunity to prove the Thursday match was just another ‘normal’ bad day in office.