Tuesday, April 13
*URA FC Vs KCCA FC Arena of Visions, Bombo (Live On Sanyuka TV) @4pm
*BUL Vs Kyetume, Kyabazinga Stadium – Bugembe @4pm
*Vipers SC Vs Busoga United – St. Mary’s Stadium, Kitende @4pm
*Onduparaka FC vs Kitara FC – Green Light Stadium, Arua [email protected]
*Mbarara City FC Vs MYDA FC – Kakyeka Stadium @4pm
•Onduparaka will be without the duo of Gabriel Matata and Emmanuel Oketch who are both currently sitting their UACE examinations.
•Allan Busobozi and Kabon Living are fitness doubts and will have to undergo a late fitness test to ascertain their involvement on Tuesday.
•Oscar Agaba and Kyeline Muhammed have been serving a club suspension and it is still not clear when they will return.
•Denis Andama returns after missing the last game through suspension while Rashid Okocha is also expected to feature after shaking off an injury.
•Kitara will welcome back Philip Ssempira who missed the last game through suspension.
•Goalkeeper Hallington Musoke, Oscar Muhinzi and Duncan Sseamula are also available after shaking off respective injuries.
Onduparaka FC – Tonny Kyemera (GK), Gasper Adriko, Najib Tusaba, Hamza Geriga, Hakim Magambo, Mahdi Ajobe, Joel Jangeyambe, Moses Okot , Allan Busobozi, Kabon Living, Noel Nasasira.
Kitara FC – Opio Emmanuel (GK), Yassin Mubiru, Lwebuga Rogers, Kyomuhendo Charles, Owaangiu Maxwell, Philip Ssempira, Monday Denis, Oloro Nathan, Agondeze Edson, Zakayo Kizito, Kiwewa Ivan.
Preview – Onduparaka Targets Kyetume Scalp
Onduparaka FC will be desperate to return to winning ways on Tuesday against Kitara FC.
The Caterpillars are currently on a three-match losing streak in the league and are coming off a 2-0 loss away to Busoga United in their last game.
The poor run of form has seen them drop to 8th on the standings and they know that they need to start winning games again so as to climb up the standings.
Joseph Mutyaba took charge of the team a couple of weeks ago and he will be in search of his first league victory.
Coming off a 1-0 aggregate victory over Luwero United in the cup, Mutyaba must feel confident that his side can take care of business against Kitara.
Kitara have been awful in their first ever top flight campaign and they look destined for an immediate return to the Big League.
After 16 games, they sit bottom of the log with just five points and there are clear indicators that they will not be able to climb out of the bottom three.
Kitara’s main issue has been conceding so many goals and they have already let in 45, the second worst record in the league behind MYDA (46).
A trip to Onduparaka is a daunting one and it is one that Kitara must have not been looking forward to at this stage of the campaign.
This will be just the second meeting between the two sides in history.
The first saw Onduparaka beat Kitara 3-1 earlier in the season