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Bright Stars Vs Tooro United: Team News, Probable Lineups, Preview and Stats

Friday, November 26th
*Bright Stars Vs Tooro United – Kavumba recreation Grounds
*SC Villa Vs Onduparaka FC – Njeru
*Arua Hill Vs Kcca – Barifa Stadium, Arua City
*UPDF Vs Busoga United, Bombo
*Police Vs Mbarara City- Mtn Omondi Stadium Lugogo
*Express Vs Wakiso Giants – Wankulukuku

Team News

  • Bright Stars have James Angu, Denis Kaka Omwony and Mathias Okwalinga available after they missed the last trip to Busoga United.
  • Isa Bugembe is yet to acquire a license
  • For the visitors, their Sharp Shooter Marvin Oshaba is out injured.
  • The latest news at the club is the departure coach Steven Bengo, who left his assistant coach role earlier this week.

Probable Lineups.
Bright Stars – Hassan Matovu (GK), Andrew Kaggwa, Simon Ssemayange, Andy Kyabadde, Warren Buule, Derrick Kiggundu, Alfred Onek, Marvin Joseph, Nelson Senkatuka, Kushida Kazuto, Joseph Janjali.

Tooro United- Kenneth Lukyamuzi, Ponsiano Segonja, Shafic Kakeeto, Gerrard Lubanja, Denis Ojara, Julius Pirwot, Hood Kakooza, George Oluka, Edward Kawooya, Patrick Sserunjogi,, Mark sserunjogi

Preview: Bright Stars Target Maiden Win

Bright Stars will be targeting their first three points of the season when they host another struggling side Tooro United on Friday.

Coming into this game, Bright Stars are yet to pick any maximum points, losing three and drawn two in the process after five games played.

Their first game under Interim manager Simon Mugerwa’s Stewardship, saw a goalless draw against Busoga United but they will be building on the fact that they didn’t concede for the first time this season.

Ahead of the game, Bright Stars midfielder Marvin Joseph Youngman is optimistic they will pick their first three points of the season on Friday.

“We are well prepared and we want to get our first win against Tooro United. Games have not been so well but tomorrow we want to get off the mark at home in Kavumba,” he told the club’s media.

At home in Kavumba, this is Bright Stars’ best opportunity to get off the mark against a Tooro United side that has so far failed to impress on the top flight return.

For the Visitors, they come on the back of a 6-1 loss to URA in the previous game that was played earlier this week on Tuesday.

The loss extended their winless streak to four games and have conceded the most goals in the league so far (15).

And with this game already on their plate, they will have to forget the past and focus on picking a positive result at Kavumba if they are to avoid relegation scares.

Head to head

2019/20 Season
*Tooro Vs Bright Stars (Not Played)
*Bright Stars 0-0 Tooro United

2018/19 season
*Bright Stars 0-0 Tooro United
*Tooro United 2-0 Bright Stars

2017/18
*Bright Stars 2-2 Tooro United
*Tooro United 1-1 Bright Stars

2016/17
*Bright Stars 1-1 Tooro United
*Tooro United 0-0 Bright Stars

2015/16
*Bright Stars 2-1 Tooro United
*Tooro United 0-0 Bright Stars

2014/15
*Tooro United 2-1 Bright Stars
*Bright Stars 2-1 Tooro United

2013/14
*Bright Stars 2-1 Tooro United
*Tooro United 0-0 Bright Stars


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