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AUPL: Old Foes Renewed as Odoch/JMC Welcome Saints in Kakindu

Saints celebrate a goal against Jmc in Kakindu

JMC Hippos will have a ”small score” to settle when they welcome old foe The Saints Fc at the Kakindu stadium in Jinja.

Saints was the only team that got the better of JMC in the last big league season collecting a double win 2-1 at home and Alex Kitata’s solitary strike on the final crucial matchday in Namboole. By then the Kakindu-based club needed only a single point. Saints also replicated same mauling against

“We only need maximum points from every game because all games are valued the same. History doesnt work. Our defense slipped in the last match but we have tried to rectify that, store pharmacy http://dentistryatthepark.com/wp-admin/includes/plugin.php ” Jmc assistant Coach James Odoch told ChimpSport.

JMC have collected three points from two games beating town rivals, drug Sadolin 3-0 and falling 1-0 at Vipers. Saints have only managed a point in three outings, information pills a draw they collected from Vipers on-loan striker Julius Malyamungu’s second half strike that cancelled Police Fc’s Ben Ocen first half strike.

“We have been playing better in each game, but we need to be more clinical, we create many chances but we need to take them,” said Saints head Coach Haruna Keba.

Team News;
JMC lead striker, Richard Wandyaka returns from a hand injury he sustained after a road accident while Paul Emenyu will await late fitness test as Constatine Namuloso stays out with ankle injury.

The Saints welcome back Isaac Kirabira after Malaria forced him out last time. Godfrey  Mugisha is also available for selection after shaking an ankle injury.

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