Kenyan captain Jimmy Kamande feels their best chance of pulling off a win in the World Cup is against Canada Monday. The current edition could be the last World Cup outing for some associate nations as the International Cricket Council (ICC) has cut down on the number of teams from 14 to 10. Kamande said the match against another associate nation is perhaps their only opportunity to taste victory after suffering three heavy losses against New Zealand, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. "Playing against Canada is definitely our best chance to win. But we have to perform well in all the departments," Kamande said at a pre-match press conference Sunday. "It has been tough for us, honestly speaking. We have not done justice to ourselves and our abilities. Hopefully, we can put up a good show against Canada tomorrow," the all-rounder said.