Wednesday 12th May
*Vipers SC vs URA FC, Kitende (Live On Sanyuka TV)
*Police FC vs KCCA FC, Lugogo
*Kyetume vs Express FC, Nakisunga
*Kitara vs BUL FC, Masindi
•Kitara FC will be without their captain Owachgiu Maxwell who missed last 4 games due to personal issues.
•Monday Denis returns after missing the game against Busoga United due to family affairs.
•BUL FC have been boosted with the return of talisman Joseph Semujju and Aggrey Madoi.
•Hamis Tibita is ruled out with a knee injury together with Deogracious Ojok and Ambrose Kirya.
•Gwoto Fredson didn’t travel with the squad to Masindi.
Kitara FC – Akera Ivan (GK), Yasin Mubiru, Sempira Philip, Musa Doca, Mugume Patrick, Pius Mbidde, Daniel Ekoyu, Nathan Aloro, Patrick Kusemererwa, Agondeze Edson, Zakayo Kizito.
BUL FC – Abdu Kimera (GK), Denis Okot, Fredrick Kigozi, Walter Ochora, Godfrey Akol, Kenneth Semakula, Richard Wandyaka, Musa Esenu, Simon Peter Oketch, Robert Mukongotya, Vitalis Tabu.
Preview – BUL targeting maximum points in Masindi
BUL FC will be aiming for all three points against bottom side Kitara FC at the Masindi Municipal Stadium.
BUL have however gone three games without a win on the road but will be looking to complete a double over Kitara after edging them 3-2 in Bugembe, earlier in the season.
Kitara FC are bottom on the log with 9 points from 22 matches after winning twice, three draws and 17 losses.
BUL on the other hand are 11th with 26 points from 22 matches. They have won 7 matches, 5 draws and 10 loses so far
Kitara have scored 26 goals and conceded 60 with a Goal Difference of -46.
BUL have scored 27 and conceded 34 with a Goal Difference of -7.
Kitara’s only two wins came against Kyetume in late April and Wakiso Giants earlier in the season.
This is the second meeting between the two sides.
BUL won the first meeting 3-2 Courtesy of Deogracious Ojok’s brace and Simon Peter Oketch while Agondeze Edson and Monday Denis scored for Kitara.
Kitara have won two and lost eight plus a draw in their eleven home games.
In their 11 away matches, BUL have won 3, Drawn 2 and lost six times.
Kitara FC have scored 14 times at home and conceded 30 with a goal difference of -16 at home.
BUL on the other side have scored 10 and allowed 15 goals against them, with a -5 goal difference, away from home.
At home Kitara FC have not kept a clean sheet compared to BUL’s two away from home.
Kitara have won only once in their last five home games, losing 3 and drawing the other.
BUL have also won once in their last five league matches, their only win coming against Bright stars. They have lost twice and drawn twice.
Head to Head
13th March 2021
BUL FC 3-2 Kitara FC