She Cranes coach Majidah Nantanda has made four changes from the squad that lost 4-1 to Tanzania in her quest to claim the bronze medal in the CECAFA women championship climaxing at Njeru in Tuesday.
The She Cranes face off with Ethiopia in the third place playoffs some minutes to 2pm
Fatuma Matovu starts in goal ahead of Ruth Aturo who has been setting in the previous games. Aturo’s fate could have been decided by her dismal performance where she gave in two quick goals in the early minutes.
Ritah Nabosa has also been given a starting berth replacing Joan Nakirya who was rushed to hospital after collision. Joan has been sidelined completely from the game.
Other changes are Tracy Akiror who takes Name Nagadya’s role in the midfield and Christine Nambirige returning after missing out in the last game.
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Namuddu Ruth Arturo, Tracy Akiror, Shakira Nalwooga, Name Nagadya, Sandra Nantumbwe, Viola Namuddu
Ethiopia XI: Martha Bekele, Birtukan Gebrekirstos, Tirunchi Mengesha, Tsion Estifanos, Atekelte Ashenafi, Etsegenet Bizuneh, Emebet Addisu, Berktawit Girma, Losa Abera, Erehima Zekegaw, Shetaya Sisaya.