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UPL: No Room For Errors As SC Vipers Seek To Go Top

Friday, November 23
SC Vipers Vs Paidha Black Angels, 4 PM

SC Vipers will be seeking to go top of the log when they host new comers Paidha Black Angels at the St Mary’s Stadium in Kitende.

The game, which will be broadcast live on Sanyuka Television, will be the only game played in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League on Friday.

Vipers who are winless in their last three league games, will go for maximum points to return on the league summit.

News from Kitende recently confirmed that Livingston Mulondo is back from a lay off after picking a knock against Kirinya Jinja.

No injury report so far from any of the players that were on National duty – Uganda Cranes and Uganda Kobs.

The Venoms are on a 24 game unbeaten league streak – The side’s recent loss came against URA FC (1-2) in Kitende on November 28 last year.

In the process, Vipers have won 18 league games, and drawn only six. However, the side will be seeking to return to winning ways as the team have drawn their last three games.

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Vipers drew 2-2 away with Kirinya Jinja before sharing spoils with KCCA and Express FC in Kitende and Wankulukuku respectively.

Vipers this season, has played seven league games and sit fourth on the log with 15 points – The tally is joint with KCCA and Bright Stars who are second and third in that order. Vipers are just a point below leaders Mbarara City.

The visitors on the hand, are rock bottom of the log with just four points from seven games.

Paidha’s only victory came against Police FC in Arua. The visitors picked a point against Tooro but have lost against URA, BUL, Ndejje, Express and Mbarara City.

The club will look to use Paidha’s game as a warm up for their CAF champions league qualification game against El Merriekh.

The Venoms will visit the Sudanese giants on Tuesday, November 27 before the return leg in Kitende in December 4.

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