Uganda Premier League table leaders KCCA FC need to win at least four of the remaining five games to claim the league.
The Lugogo side lead the log with 53 points, four above the defending champions Vipers SC with only five fixtures remaining.
They have travelled to Zombo district to face Paidha Black Angels on Tuesday at the Bar Okoro stadium and their assistant manager Morley Byekwaso says that they must win all their remaining games to win the league in style.
“We have to win all our remaining games starting with tomorrow’s [vs Paidha],” Byekwaso, who spoke on behald of his head coach Mike Mutebi said.
He further stressed that: “If we do that, then we shall win the league.”
The coach also revealed that the team will miss their key playmaker, Sulaiman Mutyaba, who injured himself after scoring in their 1-1 draw against Vipers last week.
“He (Mutyaba) is injured and won’t feature in the game. He has been one of the key players but we have enough cover in that position,” Byekwaso added.
A defeat to Paidha will mathematically confirm their relegation from the topflight.