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AUPL: Combined XI of Vipers and KCCA

KCCA and Vipers in previous League game

Vipers SC host defending champions KCCA FC at Nakivubo stadium on Friday in the top of the table clash on matchday eight of the Azam Uganda Premier league. KCCA are top of the league on 18 points six adrift third placed Vipers.

ChimpSports‘ Joel Muyita picks a combined XI from the two sides with KCCA taking seven slots, ask http://daa.asn.au/wp-includes/feed-atom-comments.php three   more than their counterparts Vipers in a 4-3-3 system.

GOALKEEPER

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Benjamin Ochan (KCCA)
He slightly gets an edge over Vipers Ismael Watenga because of his composure in goal and a better game reading despite conceding one goal more than Watenga this season.

DEFENCE

Nicholas Wadada (Vipers)
Arguably the best right back in the league, http://chuaxuattinhsom.info/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/minileven.php Wadada balances both offense and defence. The Viper’s skipper makes roving runs upfront whenever Vipers are in possession. He beats either Dennis Okot or Dennis Rukundo to this spot.

Joseph Ochaya (KCCA)
One of the most consistent players in the league since last season. Just like Wadada, http://darkfey-temple.org/wp-admin/includes/admin.php Ochaya too offers support to the attacking force while also ably keeping his opponents at bay.

Halid Lwaliwa (Vipers)
Lwaliwa rose to the ranks last season becoming one of the revelations of last season. He has a good game reading and good in the air. He starts ahead of KCCA’s Habib Kavuma and Martin Mpuuga in our combined XI

Timothy Awany (KCCA)
Awany starts ahead of Viper’s Shafik Bakaki because of his ability to read the game better than the latter. Calm and confident on the ball.

MIDFIELDERS

Hassan Wasswa (Vipers)
A good  addition to the Vipers team and had a good performance on his debut against Lweza. He offers cover to the defense and also ignites attacks. He gets ahead of Isaac Kirabira.

Ivan Ntege (KCCA)
Ntege just like Wasswa is an anchor man who patrols the midfield, a robust player who makes interceptions and timely challenges. He slightly beats Viper’s Deus Bukenya to the starting slot in the midfield.

Muzamir Mutyaba (KCCA)
Mutyaba gets into the team ahead of Kezron Kizito because he has an eye for goal and offers better creativity than Kizito.

FORWARDS

Robert Ssentongo (KCCA)
He without a doubt leads the attacking line. Three goals in two games for KCCA this season, Ssentongo automatically commands  a starting slot in the Vipers/KCCA combined XI.

Erisa Ssekisambu (Vipers)
Converted into a central striker at Vipers, but Ssekisambu can offer options on the flanks especially on the right wing. He starts ahead of Vicent Kayizzi because of goal scoring ability.

Brian Majjwega (KCCA)
He has the pace, he can dribble and  good at laying up crosses for the strikers, Majwega completes our combined XI  starting ahead of Duncan Sseninde ,William Wadri and Joseph Ssemujju

Combined XI
Benjamin Ochan, Nicholas Wadada, Joseph Ochaya, Halid Lwaliwa, Timothy Awany, Hassan Wasswa,Ivan Ntege, Muzamir Mutyaba, Robert Ssentongo, Erisa Ssekisambu, Brian Majwega

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