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“I think I have some bad luck against Vipers,” explained Mpuga.
“I got subbed just 10 minutes into our friendly with them last year, then two red cards in the league. It has been bad for me when it comes to facing them.
“Sunday will be different though. I am determined to turn all those moments against them.
“A win will be the best thing for me. We will have hurt them when it matters most.”
Mpuga is set to line up alongside Denis Iguma and Savio Kabugo in a defensive partnership that has let through only two goals in the cup. The defender was indeed in full praise of his partners.
“We have played well throughout from the time the coaches decided to play us all together.
“I know we are a good backline and we can only prove ourselves more on Sunday.
“We are all determined to play to our best.”
Mpuga is one of many players making a first appearance in the cup final.