BUL FC and Saints go head to head on Tuesday in the Uganda premier league match day three at the Kakindu stadium.
The Cooking oil manufacturers were held to a goalless opening day by newcomers Proline FC and later relied on Augustine Nsumba’s last minute strike to pick a second point against URA last time out.
Saints were unlucky the last time out dropping an early 44th minute lead to lose 3–1 away to Soana. Aggrey Kirya had found the back of the net but a triple assault from Sebagala and Asiku.
The team changed ownership to the army side who previously handled Simba. Bul has won one and lost the other against Saints while have only lost one of the five played against Simba.
Bul coach Frank Anyau has promised to give the team their first ever trophy by the end of the season and hopes to improve starting with Tuesday game.
“BUL is no longer competing for top four finish but we want to try to win at least one of the two, website http://citadelgroup.com.au/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/emails/class-wc-email-customer-refunded-order.php ” said Anyau.
“Our concentration in today’s game is to get good results in the end nothing else because i believe our season fortune starts now with this match and to show that we need to be well-set and positive in mind that we shall achieve a comfortable home victory.”
Other games to be played today;
Express Vs Onduparaka – Wankulukuku
KCCA FC Vs Soana -lugogo
Bright Stars FC Vs Lweza Matugga
Kirinya Jinja Vs Sadolin Bugembe
SC Villa Vs JMC -Namboole,
Police FC Vs Proline FC, Kavumba