Tuesday, December 7
*Express Vs Mbarara City – Wankulukuku
*Onduparaka Vs Wakiso Giants – Greenlight Stadium
*Police Vs Gaddafi FC – Lugogo
*BUL FC Vs Busoga United – Bugembe
*SC Villa Vs URA FC – Njeru

Team News

  • Simon Peter Oketch is available for selection after a reported knock recently
  • BUL will be without long-term absentees Hamis Tibita and Ambrose Kirya
  • For Busoga United, Elvis Kibale is ruled out with fever
  • The club has not reported any new injury concern

Probable Lineups

BUL: Saidi Keni, Douglas Muganga, Richard Ayiko, Walter Ochora, Hillary Onek, Ibrahim Kazindula, George Kasonko, Ibrahim Mugulusi, Simon Peter Oketch, Musa Esenu, Richard Wandyaka

Busoga United: Nantamu Micheal, Onzima Peter, Bithum Douglas, Basoga Derrick, Mwere Nicholas, Mulanda Sunday, Ngonde Elvis, Ssekulime Paul, Anthony Mayanja, Shaka Ssozi, Ntege Anwar Mustafa.

Preview: Jinja Bragging Rights at Stake

BUL and Busoga United will hope to come up on top in the Jinja Derby as they set their sights on returning to winning ways.

BUL FC will count on their slim form and home advantage compared to their Eastern Rivals.

The hosts have won just two games in their last five matches, drawing twice and one loss against KCCA – They beat SC Villa and Mbarara City and two draws with Gadaffi FC and URA FC.

Alex Isabirye’s side will hope to win their first Derby this season after a one-all draw with Gadaffi FC.

BUL comes into this game after losing 3-1 away to table leaders KCCA.

They are 5th on the log with 14 points in 8 matches; won 4, two draws and two losses so far.

Busoga United have won just once against Tooro United in their last 5 matches, a draw against Bright Stars and 3 loses to Arua Hill, UPDF and Wakiso Giants. Losing back to back games and winless in their last 3 matches.

They come into this game on the back of a 1-0 home loss to Arua Hill.

In 7 games, they are 12th with 7 points, registering two wins, a draw and 4 loses.

The last time they met Ivan Wani lone strike gave Busoga United the bragging rights in the Derby.

While BUL FC had already beaten their rivals 3-1 away from home in the first round. Joseph Ssemujju with a hat-trick as Jerome Kirya scored for Busoga United after Anthony Mayanja had missed a penalty.

Head to Head

BUL 0-1 Busoga United
Busoga United 1-3 BUL

Busoga United 2-1 BUL
BUL 0-3 Busoga United

BUL 1-0 Busoga United
Busoga United 2-2 BUL

BUL 1-1 Busoga United
Busoga United 1-1 BUL

BUL 0-0 Busoga United
Busoga United 0-0 BUL


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