Uganda 15 aside assistant coach Robert Sseguya believes that Kabras will give them a good test and the match against the Kenya Cup side will help them know who to select in the squad.
A group of 30 players traveled to Kakamega ahead of their opening friendly match on Wednesday 3 May and the coach has named his starting squad which includes three youngster.
The team is expected to play two matches against the 2016/17 finalists with the second match set to be on Saturday evening.
Sseguya says all the travelling lot will have a chance to play and prove themselves before the final squad for the upcoming international assignments is picked.
“We are trying to prepare within the means and am sure Kabras will give us a good test. Everyone will get a chance. I have two games in Kenya and the selection process is no joke,” Sseguya told Kawowo.
“After Kabras I will have a clear picture of what the team will look like,” he added.
Sseguya will lead the team since head coach John Duncan is unvailable.