Uganda Premier League
SC Villa vs Sadolin Paints
Nakivubo stadium 4pm
Sports Club Villa begin life without Shafik Bisaso with a home fixture against wobbling Sadolin Paints this Sunday at Nakivubo stadium.
Bisaso became the latest subject of Misagga’s time- honored tradition of sacking managers when he was shown the exit on Thursday.
And now under the stewardship of unpopular coach Wasswa Bossa, information pills http://chasingjamesbeard.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/protect/shared-functions.php SC Villa will be seeking to return to winning ways against the limping Painters.
The Jogoos have struggled since the start of the year failing to win any competitive game including bowing out of the Uganda cup against lowly Kiboga Young at the round of 64.
Bossa will be seeking to make amends with victory today to calm the waving storm at Villa park where fans are calling for his head.
Equally on the other hand, http://creamiicandy.com/wp-includes/registration.php Sadolin have failed to win a game since the start of the second round losing to Police and Kirinya Jinja SS.
The painters now find themselves in the relegation zone, sitting just a point above the drop zone.
Forward Emmanuel Okwi who limped off in the game against Lweza has recovered in time and is expected to lead the line with Alex Kitata.
Umar Kasumba is still doubtful while Henry Katongole is still serving his suspension for the red card he got in the game against JMC Hippos a fortnight ago.
SC Villa are second on the table with 34 points, four behind leaders KCCA while Sadolin Paints languish in 13th position with a meager 17 points.