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Uganda faces Mauritania this Saturday on a day the national U-17 team will also be in action in an earlier fixture at 2pm against Rwanda wasps.
12:00pm: Uganda Cranes will Tuesday host the Malawi Flames in an international friendly match at the Nelson Mandela Stadium, Nambole.
The match between the two nations that are also preparing for the upcoming AFCON 2015 Qualifiers will start at 4 PM with tickets going for Ushs10,000 and Ushs20,000.
In the AFCON Qualifiers, Uganda will host Mauritania this Saturday still at Namboole while Malawi travels to West Africa to play Benin.
Ugandan players have been training as a unit since the Nile Special ‘Na-Mutima’ regional tours.
On Monday, they received a boost when they were joined by the foreign based professionals – Godfrey Walusimbi, Geofrey Massa, Moses Oloya, Geofrey ‘Baba’ Kizito and Luwagga Kizito.
FIFA Referee Denis Batte will be in charge of this international friendly match assisted by FIFA Assistant Referees Sonko Mark and Okello Lee while Muhabi Alex will be the Fourth Official.