Tuesday, December 4
URA FC vs Tooro United
URA FC will play host to the visiting Tooro United I’m Tuesday in Mandela National Stadium, Namboole.
Despite being one of the most entertaining sides so far this season, the Tax collectors have not lived to the bargain.
URA FC have scored the joint least number of goals in the ongoing 2018/19 season as of Monday 3, December 2018.
Sam Ssimbwa’s side have managed just four goals in eight league games. The same tally scored by Ndejje and Paidha Black Angels.
Ssimbwa, when speaking to the press recently commented that his side will not compete as expected if they can’t put the ball at the back of the net.
URA FC has gone four games without scoring a goal. All the four matches have ended goalless.
The above, mathematically implies that URA are yet to score a goal in over 360 minutes when on pitch.
In that drought, Shafic Kagimu and Said Kyeyune have all missed from the spot against Nyamityobora and Police FC respectively.
The side’s last goal came in a one all draw with Maroons in Luzira on 24th October with Joakim Ojera coming off the bench to cancel out Rashid Agau’s strike.
Also, Agau’s strike, is the only goal URA FC has conceded in the league on eight games.
URA FC are ninth on the log with 12 points. The side who are yet to to lose a game so far, have won twice and drawn on six occasions.
The visitors whose only won came on match day two away to BUL courtesy of Allan Kayiwa’s lone strike, are 12th on the log with six points.
Last season, Bokota Labama Kamana scored the only goal as URA beat Tooro (Soana) 1-0 in Namboole before Pate Wanok registered his name on the score sheet for Soana’s 1-0 win in Kavumba.
Last Five Seasons
Tooro 1-0 URA
URA 1-0 Tooro
URA 2-0 Tooro
Tooro 0-0 URA
Tooro 2-1 URA
URA 3-1 Tooro
Tooro 3-0 URA
URA 1-1 Tooro
URA 0-0 Tooro
Tooro 0-0 URA