FSL Friday, 2nd May
Masaka L.C Vs Bright Stars – Masaka
Bul Vs KCC – Kakindu
SCVU Vs SC Villa – Namboole
Proline Vs Express – Lugogo
Simba Vs CRO – Bombo
URA Vs Kira Young – Lugazi
Entebbe Vs Soana –Wankulukuku
KCCA FC is wary of the threat posed by BUL FC ahead of their Friday 2 May FUFA Super league match.
KCCA coach George Nsimbe says in a phone chat his team will not underrate the Jinja side and will be hoping to get a positive result.
“BUL has performed really well against the big teams and also their general performance so far is impressive, Nsimbe tells Red Pepper on Friday morning.
“They have a good coach in Kefa (Kisala) and played so when we hosted them at home.
“We are optimistic of registering a positive result, he added.
The match will be played at the Kakindu Stadium in Jinja and will kick off at 1630 Hours. KCCA won the first tie 1-0 at Lugogo after keeper Salm Jamal stopped old boy Francis Olinga’s would be equalizing penalty.
On-form striker Herman Wasswa and attacking partner Tony Odur are two players Nsimbe will count on for the win. Wasswa has struck 9 goals in KCCA’s last eight games in all competitions. He has scored 11 in the league so far while Odur leads the log with 16 goals.
KCCA are top of the FSL log with 53 points from 27 matches played with SCVU also on 53 but a game ahead of the reigning champions.
In the other big game, SCVU will host record champions SC Villa at Namboole Stadium. Third placed URA (on 50 points) will be hosting a disgruntled Kira Young team at the Lugazi based Mehta Stadium in a match Kira Young players had vowed never to play lest their outstanding wage and salary arrears were cleared.
Entebbe (with 24 points in 13th place) hosts Richard Makumbi’s Soana at Wankulukuku while Bright Stars travels to the intimidating Masaka recreational arena to face the the home side, Masaka L.C.
Proline, 14th with 21 points will entertain an on form Express in Lugogo.