Maroons will play host to visiting Onduparaka on matchday seven of the StarTimes UPL at Luzira Prisons ground.
Maroons are fourth on the log with nine points and will go level with leaders Onduparaka who have 12, with victory.
After winning three in a row – against Kyetume, Tooro and Bright Stars – Maroons had their streak halted by a loss away at BUL at FUFA Technical centre where they fell to Robert Mukongotya’s double.
Douglas Bamweyana will hope that his side will out up a great show against Livingston Mbabazi’s side to return to winning ways.
The Prison Warders will continue to miss the services of Amaku Fred – who still has a Back Strain.
Eddy Kapampa who had just recovered from malaria was recently diagnosed with typhoid and expected to miss out.
Industrious Nsubuga Bronson is coming close to full fitness, the club reported. He had some personal problems and missed a fair share of training last month – but has trained well since last week and could be involved at some stage.
Ronald Orombi has also trained regularly for the last two weeks after recovering from a minor knock and expected to play a part.
The fixture might have come early for Belmos Opio who was given compassionate leave to to organise & oversee his sister’s introduction last week.
The Caterpillars on the other hand, beat Wakiso Giants on their return to Arua, their third straight win after beating Busoga and Express.
In what promises to be an end to end affair, Maroons will bank on Steven Mukwala, Rashid Agau and Pius Obuya while the Caterpillars will hope for the best from their goal poachers Vitalis Tabu, Rashid Kakooza and Caesar Okhuti.
Last season, Solomon Walusimbi and Agau scored one each as Maroons picked their first win to beat Onduparaka 2-1 with Rashid Toha scoring a consolation for the visitors at Luzira.