Sunday, November 28
*BUL FC Vs Gaddafi FC – 3pm
- BUL FC welcome back Martin Aprem from suspension after he missed the recent SC Villa game due to yellow card accumulation
- Simon Peter Oketch remains a doubt for Alex Isabirye’s charges
- For Gaddafi, Paul Musamali has a knock while Henry Penza is suffering from Malaria
- Brian Kalumba is injured and will be assessed to see if he can feature
BUL FC – Saidi Keni (G.K), Walter Ochora, Aggrey Madoi, Douglas Muganga, George Kasonko, Jerome Kirya, Hilary Onek, Fredson Gwoto, Ivan Wani, Musa Esenu, Joseph Ssemujju
Gaddafi – Ronald Mutebi (GK), Karenzi Buchochera, Hassan Musana, Willis Otongo, Andrew Waiswa, Franco Onen, Ronald Bithum, Umar Kyeyune, James Otim, Alex Kitata, Joel Madondo
BUL FC Have second spot in sight
BUL FC will move to second place on the log if they manage to avoid defeat against visitors Gaddafi FC on Sunday at Kyabazinga Stadium in Bugembe.
The hosts sit third on the 16-team table, level on 13 points with second placed Vipers who were beaten at home to URA FC.
BUL FC have been excellent in recent games including a 2-1 away against SC Villa at Njeru that extended their losing streak to four games.
Besides the 1-0 loss against Express, BUL FC have won the other three games at Bugembe.
Alex Isabirye’s charges will be extra motivated to take Jinja Derby bragging rights and will fancy their chances against a newly promoted side.
Gaddafi FC on the other hand, have somehow found stamina after a rocky start.
They are unbeaten in last four, winning two and drawing as many, after their opening two losses to start the season.
They already lost the first Jinja derby to Busoga United and the Soldiers Boys will be seeking to make amends in their second.