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On Tuesday, order http://cmlsociety.org/wp-includes/comment-template.php Buikwe stadium will light up when Vipers SC and KCCA FC lock horns in a top of the table clash.
Both teams are tied on ten points but KCCA Fc stand on top with a better goal difference.
The City lords have only managed one win in six away attempts at Vipers while the hosts have picked ten of the possible 12 points.
KCCA Fc Coach Sam Ssimbwa boasts of his record against Vipers and believes it do work magic.
“In over five years, http://davepoulin.ca/wp-content/themes/divi/includes/widgets/widget-ads.php I have never lost to Vipers and a good performance over them in 2012 gave me the league title while still Express FC Coach. I again drew with them last season while still at SC Villa,” Ssimbwa said.
“There are teams I vowed not to lose to in the 30 league games we are to play this season and Vipers leads that list. Come Tuesday, we are going for a win.”
Vipers will welcome back Inspirational Farouk Miya after unclear turn of events but miss striker John Ssemazi and dependable defender Shafik Bakaki due to disciplinary reasons but coach Edward Golola is upbeat ahead of the game,”
“KCCA is one of the tough sides and if we are to defend the title we have to pick points off time like KCCA, Express, Villa. We need to have more than one optional of goal scoring chances, if the midfield fails; at least we are sure either Wadada or Birikwalira will pull off something special,” coach Golola reiterated.
KCCA FC has been boosted with early healthy return of seven players who featured in the Cranes regional tour in Masindi over the weekend.
They include Hakim Ssenkumba, Ivan Ntege, Muzamiru Mutyaba, Denis Okot, Joseph Ochaya, Martin Mpuuga and Hassan Wasswa
Jinja based top tier side Bul FC will Tuesday make a two-hour trip to Kampala for an anticipated mouthwatering clash with SC Villa.
The Eastern giants hope to pay one back as the Jogoos denied them the closest chance to reach their first ever Uganda Cup final in May.
Villa won the twin fixture by a goal in each game courtesy of Augustine Nsumba’s magic.
Nsumba has now jumped ship and is the current Bul captain expected to lead the attack for revenge.
The last three league games between the two has ended with no winner with the last at Nakivuubo finishing in an explosive two all draw.
SC Villa got redemption in the last two games defeating SC Victoria and Lweza away after a slow start while their opponents resuscitated their campaign smashing Lweza 4-1 on Friday after picking only a point from the first three games following a busy transfer season that saw 17 new faces on board.
“I trust the group of players i have. The boys are in good shape and I feel they will put up a formidable performance, online http://clinico.cl/wp-includes/wp-diff.php ” Bul Fc coach Alex Isabirye said.
On form winger Mike Ndera and Medi Kanakulya will not be available for selection since they are onloan from SC Villa. Striker Simon Okwil is also out due to Malaria but Derrick Walulya is expected back from illness.
SC Villa are 7th with seven points three ahead of Bul.