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geneva; font-size: small;”>URA beat Akapiisi 11-2 in a training friendly on Saturday at Gayaza, a game Nkata used to assess his injury recovering players. Nkata revealed told urafc.co.ug after today’s training that although Express fell at Lugazi last week, he is not getting carried away by his team’s home advantage as he expects a difficult task. “They have a good team that troubled us a lot last week. The players know themselves and are a difficult side to play against,” Nkata said.
“We will approach the game with all the attention it deserves to get the much desired result,” he added.
Nkata could miss the services of Derrick Walulya (stomach pains), Karim Ndugwa (stomach), Erukanah Nkugwa, Benson Ociti and goalkeeper Yasin Mugabi a long time absentee with an Achilles injury.
Midfielder Augustine Nsumba (malaria) who played some 45 minutes on Saturday may not be rushed after Nkata said he would use him as soon as he returns to full fitness, Kyeyune Saidi is also away on National team duty.
Elsewhere, log leaders Kampala City Capital Authority FC will look to extend their supremacy at the top of the table with a win over visiting Victors FC at Lugogo Stadium while Hussein Mbalangu’s third placed SC Villa travel to Masaka to face the giant killers.
FSL Tuesday 26, March
URA v Express Lugazi 4.30pm
Water v Aurum Roses Kavumba 4.30pm
Simba v Viper Bombo 4.30pm
Kira Young v BUL Namboole 4.30pm
KCC v Victors Lugogo 4.30pm
Masaka v SC Villa Masaka 4.30pm