The final squads have been confirmed for the final round of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series, taking place in Paris on 1-2 June.
Kenya Sevens makes two changes with scrum-half Michael Wanjala set to earn his 24th cap in Paris while Herman Humwa is up for his 10th. They replace injured Daniel Taabu and Dan Sikuta.
Fly-half Eden Agero is named as the 13th player by World Rugby as he is in line to play his 33rd tournament on the World Sevens Series.
23 points separate the four teams at the bottom end of the table with Spain (48 points), Wales (30 points), Kenya (27 points) and Japan (12 points) sitting at twelfth, thirteenth, fourteenth and fifteenth place respectively, so there is all to play for in Paris this weekend.
The pool draw will see series leaders Fiji take on England, Ireland and Argentina in Pool A. Pool B features fourth-placed South Africa alongside Wales, Australia and Kenya. Second-placed USA will battle it out against Canada, Samoa and Spain in Pool C, and hosts France will line up against New Zealand, Scotland and Japan.
The action kicks off at the Stade Jean-Bouin at 12:00 Kenyanl time on Saturday with Canada taking on Samoa in the first of the pool games.
Kenya 7s(caps) for Paris 7s
1.Michael Wanjala(23) 2.Herman Humwa(9) 3.Bush Mwale (28) 4.Vincent Onyala (8) 5.Charles Omondi (6) 6.Jeff Oluoch (15) 7.Brian Wandera (4) 8.Andrew Amonde (69) 9.Nelson Oyoo (31) 10.Johnstone Olindi (8) 11.Jacob Ojee (7) 12. Cyprian Kuto (9) 13.Eden Agero (32)
Kenya 7s playing times at Paris 7s on Saturday June 1, 2019
vs Australia 1.06pm
vs South Africa 4.10pm
vs Wales 7.36pm