Uganda Premier League
Proline vs Police FC
Phillip Omondi stadium 4:00pm
Coach Abdallah Mubiru will be at the spotlight as Proline takes on Police football club this Tuesday at the Phillip Omondi stadium in the Azam Uganda premier league.
Mubiru who is the current head coach at Police FC faces his former employers Proline a side where he worked for a spell of two years between 2011-2012 before joining KCCA FC as assistant coach.
Into his second league game in charge, order http://clintonhouse.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sync/class.jetpack-sync-module-attachments.php Mubiru will be seeking for another positive result today as the cops aim to move away from the drop zone.
Police began the second round of the league with a 2-0 commanding victory against Sadoiln Paints and this could be a spurring factor as they take on Proline.
Equally on the other hand, here http://cirgroup.com/typo3conf/ext/kickstarter/sections/class.tx_kickstarter_section_tables.php Proline are in high spirits after a 3-1 triumph against stubborn Onduparaka last week and Mujib Kasule, http://cmareno.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-ajax-upgrader-skin.php the Proline head coach would want to build a winning momentum early enough to relieve the relegation pressure.
‘The performance we put against Onduparaka was impressive, the boys were focused and worked as unit and we would love to keep the same spirit in the fixtures ahead of us,” said Mujib Kasule after the game against Onduparaka.
Midfielder Emmanuel Magembe is still sidelined with an ankle injury while combative holding midfielder Sam Kintu will miss the game through suspension. Kintu has accumulated three yellow cards which compels him to miss one game.
There is however good news for the Lugogo based club with the timely return of skipper Simon Mbaziira from injury and is likely to fill the void left by Sam Kintu.
Abdallah Mubiru will miss the services of lanky defender Martin Mpuuga who picked up an injury in training and is expected to be replaced by Taimur Kimera to partner Ibrahim Kibumba in the centre back.
Experienced defender Ssaka Mpiima is still serving his ban he got while still at Proline in the first round and thus won’t feature in today’s game.
Proline have registered just two wins in the seven games played at home this season. (1-0 vs Kirinya Jinja SS and 3-1 vs Onduparaka)
Mujib Kasule’s charges have managed just a single clean sheet at home (1-0 vs Kirinya Jinja SS)
Police on the other hand have won once in the seven games played away from home. The win came against Sadolin Paints (1-0) in the first round.
The cops have also kept just one clean sheet on away grounds ( in the 1-0 win against Sadolin Paints)
Proline are 9th on the table with 19 points while Police are 13th on the log on 17 points just a slot above the drop zone.
Previous league meetings
The two sides have met 9 times in the league with Police winning twice, proline have won just once while the other six meetings have ended in draws
17/09/10 Police 0-2 Proline
23/05/11 Proline 0-2 Police
20/09/11 Police 0-0 Proline
29/05/12 Proline 0-0 Police
15/01/13 Proline 1-1 Police
07/05/13 Police 1-1 Proline
10/09/13 Proline 1-1 Police
14/03/14 Proline 2-4 Police
06/09/16 Police 0-0 Proline
Saidi Keni, Dennis Makooba, Simon Namwanja, Yusuf Mukisa, Savio Kabugo, Simon Mbaziira, David Owori, Gift Ali, Nelson Ssenkatuka, Fahad Bayo, Joseph Mandela
Yassin Mugabi, Yassin Mubiru, Arafat Galiwango, Taimur Kimera, Ibrahim Kibumba, Hakim Ssenkumba, Osman Mutumba, Rahmat Ssenfuka, Hood Kaweesi, Ruben Kimera, William Wadri