Sunday, December 10
•URA Vs Arua Hill – Lugazi, 3pm
•BUL Vs NEC – Njeru, 3pm
•Wakiso Vs Busoga – Wakissha, 3pm
Monday, December 11
•UPDF Vs Mbarara – Bombo, 4pm
Tuesday, December 12
•Kitara Vs Express – Masindi
•KCCA Vs Bright Stars -Lugogo, 7pm
Wednesday, December 13
•Villa Vs Gaddafi – Wankulukuku
•Maroons Vs Vipers – Luzira
- BUL will miss the duo of Benon Tahomera and Walter Ochora who were sent off against Express
- Ronald Otti is back while Pascal Ngobi remains sidelined
- For NEC, Gideon Odongo remains a doubt ahead of the trip
- Sulaiman Ssesazi and Ibrahim Thembo will be available despite missing the game against URA
BUL – Thomas Ikara, Hillary Onek, Nicholas Mwere, Ronald Otti, Gerald Ayiko, George Kasonko, Douglas Muganga, Jerome Kirya, Shafik Kwikiriza, Alex Kitata, Martin Aprem
NEC – Samson Kirya, Tah Ben Barni Kelvin, Rashid Okocha, Joseph Dhata, Asiimwe Innocent, John Paul Acire, Garvin Mubutu, Enock Ssebagala, Shamir Kimwero, Brian Kayanja, Cromwell Rwothomio
Preview: Leaders BUL Face Tricky NEC
BUL aims to further solidify their top position in the league as they welcome NEC FC on Sunday at FUFA Technical centre in Njeru.
Currently leading by two points ahead of second-placed Vipers after 10 games, BUL seeks to widen their lead.
Despite a recent 1-1 draw against Express where BUL ended with nine players, BUL remained proud of their resilience.
And with each game, they affirm their status as serious contenders for the title this season.
They have won all their four home games this season, beating KCCA, Maroons, URA and Kitara, the latter only side to deny them a clean-sheet.
Facing NEC, who recently defeated URA FC, presents a challenge as they aim to narrow the gap to three points from the league leaders.
Hussein Mbalangu’s NEC have won three of their five away games this season and will be fighting for a positive result at the home of the league leaders.