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URA Vs BUL: Team News, Probable Lineups, Preview and Stats

Saturday, November 20
•Onduparaka Vs Police – Arua
•URA Vs BUL – Ndejje
•Express Vs SC Villa – Wankulukuku

Team News

  • URA’s goalkeeper Nafian Alionzi is ruled out due to an injury and was not included in the Squad.
  • Jackson Nunda resumed with some light training but the game comes earlier for him. He is expected to be fully back by January or Probably in second round of the season.
  • For the Visitors, Allan Kiggundu and Simon Peter Okech are ruled out of this contest due to injuries.

Probable Lineups

URA FC- Alitho James GK), Mandela Ashraf, Ndahiro Derrick, Najib Fesali, Huud Mulikyi, Mbowa Patrick, Shafik Kagimu, Ssekajugo Viane, Saidi Kyeyune, Cromwell Rwothomio, Steven Mukwala.

Bul FC – Saidi Keni (GK), Aggrey Madoi, Douglas Muganga, Richard Ayiko, George Kasonko, Pascal Ngobi, Umaru Mukobe, Ivan Wani, Jerome Kiirya, Dickson Niwamanya, Ibrahim Nsimbe

Preview : URA seek to bounce back against BUL FC

URA FC will be targeting to return to winning ways when they host BUL FC at the Arena of Visions in Ndejje on Saturday.

In their previous games, the Tax Collectors lost to new UPL entrants Arua Hill SC in a five goal thriller, a game that was held at the Barifa Stadium at the start of this month.

Leading 2-0 at the break in Arua, Sam Timbe’s men lost it all as they conceded three goals to drop all the three points on day.

And now back at home, URA will be hoping to getting back to winning ways when they host another tricky side in BUL FC.

However, they will bank on the fact that they won both league encounters last season, winning 2-0 away from home and 3-1 at Ndejje.

On the other hand, the Visitors come a motivated side given the fact that they have picked nine points from their first four games this season.

They picked a vital win against Onduparaka in their only away game this season.

Ahead of the contest, head coach Isabirye Alex predicts a tough encounter but still insists they are building a competitive side.

“The game will not be easy because we all know that URA has been playing on the continent so they have the exposure and we lost to them 3-1 last season,” Isabirye stated

“I think it won’t be an easy but we are trying to teach these players how to get the three points. As I have been telling you, we are trying to build a team which will compete in one or two seasons to come and we are ready for this contest, “

Head to Head

2020/21
*URA FC 3-1 Bul FC
*BUL 0-2 URA

2019/20
*BUL 1-3 URA
*URA 1-1 BUL

2018/19
*URA 1-1 BUL
*BUL 0-0 URA

2017/18
*BUL 1-0 URA
*URA 4-0 BUL

2016/17
*BUL 1-2 URA
*URA 1-1 BUL

2015/16
*BUL 1-0 URA
*URA 1-0 BUL

2014/15
*URA 2-1 BUL
*BUL 1-1 URA

2013/14
*URA 1-1 BUL
*BUL 0-0 URA

2012/13
*BUL 2-2 URA
*URA 2-0 BUL

2011/12
*URA 4-1 BUL
*BUL 1-2 URA


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