Log leaders KCCA FC hit the road to Matugga to face Bright stars FC in one of the four match day eleven fixtures lined for Tuesday.
A win for KCCA FC will widen the gap with second team to about six points especially that Vipers and SC Villa are off duty until Friday.
KCCA FC have emerged on top in five of their last six league meetings with Bright stars with only one draw on the way dating back to March last year.
Bright Stars have won four and lost only one of their fixtures at home.
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The hosts welcome back Seif Battle from suspension but will miss the services of key left back Ivan Sserunkuma who picked up a knock against his former club Express last time out. However coach Kajoba is not shaken with the miss.
“We shall miss his presence at the back but we have other good players to do his job. Sserunkuma has been a very key figure for the club this season, medicine http://confusedcoconut.com/wp-admin/includes/bookmark.php ” said Kajoba.
KCCA are still without key defenders Lawrence Kasadha, cheapest http://dan.rabarts.com/wp-includes/ms-default-filters.php Timothy Awany and second choice goalie Douglas Kisembo. KCCA FC have raked only seven points out of fifteen in their last five away fixtures and this has been a cause for concern for the technical bench.
“We have addressed the away problems we have encountered this season and we are confident we’ll put up a good show in Mwererwe. Bright Stars play a confident, ampoule http://cinsellikteperformans.com/templates/yoo_sync/warp/systems/joomla/layouts/offline.php suffocating and solid game but we shall break them down like we did against Police FC in our last match,” assistant manager Byekwaso told club media.
The game kicks off at 4:30 pm.