Tuesday, May 18 @4pm
*Busoga United vs Express, Njeru
*Vipers vs Mbarara, Kitende
*Wakiso Giants vs BUL, Wakissha
*Onduparaka vs Bright Stars, Arua
*Kitara vs MYDA, Masindi
•Kitara captain Owachgiu Maxwell still misses out due to personal reasons.
•The rest of the squad that faced Wakiso Giants in the previous game is available for selection.
•MYDA goalkeeper Osikol Isaac returns in goal after missing out in the game against Busoga United.
•Mutebi Eric did not travel with the team to Masindi due to yellow card accumulation.
•Solomon Babyesiza still misses out due to a knee injury but the rest of the squad that played against Busoga united is available.
Kitara FC – Akera Ivan (GK), Yasin Mubiru, Sempiira Philip, Doca Musa, Mugume Patrick, Pius Mbidde, Daniel Ekoyu, Kasoki Vicent, Agondeze Edson, Zakayo Kizito, Isaac Tumusiime.
MYDA FC – Osikol Isaac (GK), Brandy Lojum, Amos Etojo, Isma Mafabi, Derrick Basoga, Stephen Okello, Batali Moses, Paul Musamali, Amos Kirya, Ibrahim Nsimbe, Rashid Mpata.
Preview – Kitara, MYDA In Battle Of The Relegation Hopefuls
Kitara FC will be welcoming another troubled side, MYDA FC at the Masindi Municipal Stadium on Tuesday.
Both sides have indeed struggled since their promotion to the top flight with Kitara sitting rock bottom of the table while MYDA are just a place above in 15th.
Coming off a heavy defeat against Wakiso Giants in the previous game, Kitara will have to forget the past and try to bounce back at home.
Ever since they returned to Masindi, Kitara have proved to be a hard nut to crack, and this is another opportunity to do the same and hopefully register victory.
On the other hand, MYDA head into this game seeking to pull off a great escape and somehow survive the drop.
With 18 points to play for, if they can somehow win all their remaining games, they can still survive relegation but that looks like a distant dream, one that is virtually impossible.
MYDA are now on 14 points, 12 away from safety.
With teams above them also struggling to pick up results, MYDA still believe the seemingly impossible can turn out to be possible.
Having registered their first home against Busoga United last time out, the Malaba based side heads into this one with confidence.
The other boost is the fact that two of their three victories have come on the road.
Ibrahim Nsimbe, who has 10 goals on his name already in the season, will be looked at again to provide the necessary inspiration to the visitors. when his side play away from home.
They currently sit at the bottom of the table with 10 points after 24 games.
Picked up a 2-2 draw when the two sides met earlier in the season.
They have won twice, drawn four and lost eighteen times so far this campaign.
Currently sit in 15th place with 14 points after 24 games played.
They drew 2-2 when the two sides met in the reverse fixture.
They have won three, drawn 5 and lost 16 games this season.