Monday, May 31
*BUL FC vs Proline FC, Kyabazinga Stadium @3:30pm
•BUL have no fresh injury concerns and are likely to use the same team that featured in the first leg victory last week.
•Long-term absentees Ambrose Kirya and Hamis Tibita are still recovering from respective injuries so they are both out.
•Defender Kenneth Semakula has been away on national duty and he is a doubt for Monday’s game.
•Proline will be without defender Savio Kabugo who is on compassionate leave after losing his father in law.
•Ibrahim Bonyo is also out of the contest due to personal issues.
•Yusuf Mukisa did not make the trip to Jinja because of injury.
•Proline will however welcome back Norman Kugonza from suspension after missing the first leg.
BUL FC – Sanon Mulabi (GK), Denis Okot, Gwoto Fredson, Walter Ochora, Ramathan Dudu, Musa Walangalira, Richard Wandyaka, Joseph Semujju, Simon Peter Oketch, Deogracious Ojok, Vitalis Tabu.
Proline FC – Shatif Magoola (GK), Richard Ajuna, Mato Brian, Ibrahim Sendi, Norman Kugonza, Noordin Noordin Bunjo, Hakim Kiwanuka, Mato Rogers, Joseph Mandela, Brian Umony, Hamis Diego Kizza.
Preview – BUL Out To Complete Task Against Defending Champions
BUL will take a 2-0 lead into the Uganda Cup second leg against Proline hoping to get the job done on Monday.
The Jinja based side were convincing in the first leg away from home and returning to their own venue in Bugembe, they will feel confident of making it to the semi finals of the competition.
After a change in coaching, they struggled to get going at the start but are slowly making the transition.
Under the guidance of Alex Isabirye, BUL have won all of their last three games in all competitions.
The cup has already seen them take care of two Big League sides in Black Powers FC and Kigezi Home Boyz.
At home, they have defeated both Black Powers and Kigezi and they will be favourites to make it three wins on the trot in Bugembe.
For Proline, they are seeking for a result that can rejuvenate their season.
The Lugogo based side who started the campaign in good form have been struggling of late and find themselves on the brink of elimination from the cup and in the league, they sit third in the Rwenzori group, six points behind leaders Tooro United FC.
Coming up against a two-goal deficit away to a side they have never defeated on the road is a daunting task but they will seek inspiration from their victory away to Mbale Heroes in the last 16.
Proline who are still the defending champion having won the cup in 2019 before last year’s edition was cancelled, eliminated Uganda Premier League side MYDA FC from the competition at the round of 32.
This will be the 14th meeting between the two sides since November 2011.
BUL have been dominant in this fixture in the past, winning eight, losing just twice and drawing the other three.
Proline have never won a fixture away to BUL in any of their six travels to Jinja, losing three and drawing as many times.
BUL won the first leg at Lugogo 2-0.