Friday, November 22
*Maroons Vs Vipers – 4PM
*Police Vs Proline – 4:30PM
Police host Proline at Lugogo in their rescheduled fixture of in a do or die battle for relegation survival.
The match was supposed to be played in September but it was pushed due to Proline preparation to CAF Confederation campaign against AS Kigali of Rwanda which they eliminated to qualify to the second round before falling against Al-Nasr prior to group stages.
Both team teams will be fighting to improve their chances of beating the drop as they seat third and first respectively from the bottom of the table.
Police are coming into the game on the back of their back to back wins against Tooro and Bright Stars after losing against KCCA, URA and Maroons FC this very month.
Police who are seeking for their 5th win in the last game of the first round, are 14th on the log with 11 points from 14 matches, just three points above Proline.
As its expected, the Cops under the commands of Cranes deputy coach Abdallah Mubiru will bank on in-form sharp shooter Ben Ocen in search for maximum points, not forgetting towering defender Henry Katongole who won the man of the match award in their last game against Bright Stars.
Proline will be in the hands of the Assistant coach Baker Mbowa due to absence of head coach Matia Lule who the club revealed that he has gone for a three weeks leave granted by the club over personal issues which even involve flying out of the country.
Mbowa is going to be assisted by Anthony Bagoole in the club’s remaining three games to the end of the first round before the decision over the situation is taken.
Mbowa who now holds the fate of the club in the top flight, was on the touchline when his side beat Maroons in their last game which was their second win in four matches after beating Bright Stars and drawing against BUL and Busoga.
Despite collecting Eight points in their last four games, Proline are still at the bottom of the table in 16th position with 8 points from 12 games.
The team will bank on their front services of Edris Lubega, Hakim Kiwanuka and Diego Hamis Kizza.
*Proline 3-1 Police
*Police 2-0 Proline
*Proline 0-1 Police
*Police 0-0 Proline
*Proline 2-4 Police.
*Proline 1-1 Police.