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Kenya face Cameroon in epic duel at Women's African Nations decisive

Kenya celebrating the third win against Algeria in Women's African Nations Championship in Nairobi

 Nairobi, Kenya, September 17, 2013- The 2013 CAVB African Women’s Africa Cup of Nations tournament enters crucial stage on Wednesday September 18 with the Kenya versus Cameroon match scheduled for 17:00 highlighting the day’s program.

Both teams are still unbeaten after honoring three fixtures and winners of this meeting would stand better chances of winning the tournament that is scheduled to end on Thursday, September 19, 2013 at Moi International Sports Center Kasarani.

 The Women's African Nations Championship is played in a round robin format between the participating 6 countries.

The last time the two teams met was in 2011 during All African Games in Mozambique and African Nations Championship in Nairobi.

Kenya beat Cameroon at the Nations Championship, while Cameroon eliminated Kenya in semis at All Africa Games.

According to latest table standings, Kenya is in pole position with nine points while Cameroon is second with seven points.

In other matches scheduled for Wednesday, Tunisia with win-loss record of 2-1 take on Senegal (1-3) as Egypt (0-3) tackles Algeria (0-3).

Egypt and Algeria who were once continental queens are out of contention by virtue of losing three matches each.

Senegal whose win-loss record stands at 1-2 are also definitely out of contention.

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