The Kenyans are expected to touch down at 8am at the Jackson’s International Airport.
A joint press conference for captains and coaches from both teams will be held later at 3pm at the Airways Hotel on the same day.
It will be history in the making as this is the first ICC match to be played in PNG.
The match will be held at Amini Park this Saturday and will start at 9am.
The next scheduled match between the two teams is two days later on May 30.