Thursday, April 15th
Mbale Heroes Vs Arua Hills
Calvary Vs Maroons
Gadaffi Vs Black powers FC
Tooro United Vs Terrazzo&Tiles
Nyamityobora Vs Proline
Ndejje University Vs Water FC
Big league side Maroons will be out to continue their fine start to the season when they make the long trip to Arua to face a tricky Calvary FC at the Greenlight stadium in Arua on Thursday.
Calvary suffered humiliating back to back defeats to Uganda premier league side Police FC as they got knocked out of the Uganda cup, last week.
On the other hand Maroons FC were winners against Terrazo and Tiles as they progressed to the round of 16.
Maroons targets man and club top scorer Fred Amaku anticipates a tough game and says they need to work hard to come out victorious
“Calvary is a good team because of their style of play. Amaku told the club media.
“Though they have been losing, we expect a tough game and we are going to work hard to come out victorious.
“We need to work extra hard and see we win each and every game we play.”
Amaku will be eager to add to his tally Against calvary and also eyes golden boot
“My target is definitely to be the top scorer.”
Maroons will be boosted with the return of attacker Bronson Nsubuga.
Maroons head coach Charles Ayiekho says they are not going to undermine their opponents Calvary.
“The weather here isn’t the same as ours in Kampala but we have to honour our fixture.
“This is the toughest game at this point and resting one and a half week despite playing Uganda cup did not help much.
“I want to warn my players not to underrate this team because they have young players who can hurt you .
“Every game for us is a cup final and if you don’t win you can’t take the trophy.
“We are in the same league and only points separate us but Calvary is a good team with good coaches and they are organised for me I respect them.”
Maroons FC are joint table leaders in the Elgon group on 7 points from their first three games.