Bru Set to Win Cap as Mauritius Face Togo
Sunday, 12th Nov 2017 09:54
Blues midfielder Kevin Bru is set to win his 13th full cap for Mauritius when they face Togo in a friendly away at the Stade de Kégué in Lomé this afternoon.
Bru has broken back into the Town side in the last three matches having previously been out of manager Mick McCarthy’s plans, making one start and two sub appearances.
The Paris-born 28-year-old has recently skippered Mauritius, who he qualifies to play for via his parents.
Les Dodos, who are without a win in their last nine internationals, are currently 158th in FIFA's rankings with the Togolese 124th.
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