Wednesday, June 9.
*Maroons vs Kataka, Luzira Prisons Ground
*Gaddafi vs Arua Hill, Kyabazinga Stadium Bugembe
*Paidha Black Angels vs Calvary, Bar Okoro stadium
*Blacks Power vs Mbale Heroes, Emokori stadium
*Kigezi Homeboyz vs Terrazzo and Tiles, Kabale Municipal Ground
*Tooro United vs Luwero United, Mutesa II Stadium Wankulukuku
*Ndejje University vs Proline, Arena of Visions
*Water vs Nyamityobora, Kavumba Recreation Ground.
Tooro United are on the brink of Uganda Premier League football when they take on Luwero United in their penultimate Big League fixture.
Victory for Tooro will see the side earn direct promotion back to top flight, a season after they were relegated.
Coached by Edward Golola, Tooro are top of Rwenzori group with 27 points after 12 games, 4 points above Proline.
In relation, Tooro can also be promoted irrespective of their result with Luwero United provided Proline lose at Ndejje University.
Tooro will be hosting their last two games at Wankulukuku after shifting from Buhinga Stadium.
Match Day 13 games come earlier after the fixtures were rescheduled by FUFA Competitions department on Monday this week.
Coming off a goalless draw against Ndejje University away from home in their last game, The Entale za Tooro have been outstanding this season – they have won eight and only lost once from 12 games.
Tooro’s sharp striker Oshaba Marvin, who already has eight goals to his name, will be the man to watch as his side seeks to join the top flight league.
On the other hand, for Luweero United, they are also seeking to return to winning ways having lost their last game against Proline FC at home.
Their loss in the last game meant that Proline and Nyamityobora FC went through for the play offs in the Rwenzori group.
For Luweero, they are 4th on the eight-team table but just three points above relegation zone!