Photo: Credits Graeme Duncan
Kenya will start off London 7s with a match against Scotland at the Twickenham stadium in London on 16th May 2015 at 1:12pm local time. The sides faced each other recently at Wellington 7s where the match ended 19-14 in favor of Felix Ochieng’s boys.
Shujaa will be put into test in their second match of the day against England at 4:40pm. England goes into this match as favorites having beaten Kenya in the last two meetings 14-21 in Las Vegas and 7-17 in Hong Kong.
The last match of the day shall see Kenya take on Brazil at 7:24pm local time. Brazil have been considered as the underdogs as they will have an uphill task of trying to contain the country's record scorer Collins Injera and young star Billy Odhiambo.
Scotland are currently place 7th on the World rugby sevens series standings while Shujaa are 13th with 41 points adrift.
Brazil come into this tournament as the least experienced having only participated in Dubai 7s and Las Vegas 7s where they bagged one point in each.
England carries the lion share of points in Pool C as they have a total of 117 points for this season. England picked 17 points from the just concluded Glasgow 7s tournament and sit forth on the World rugby sevens 2014–15 season Standings.
Shujaa will be seeking morale booster as they will head for the regional qualifiers later this year in November.
The last leg of the HSBC world rugby sevens series kicks off on Saturday 16th May in London. England will host the tournament which will be played at Twickenham stadium. Several teams are considered among the favorites including top ranked Fiji.