Uganda Premier League
Onduparaka vs Vipers
Greenlight stadium 4:30pm
Azam Uganda premier league returns after the international break with three fixtures on the card on Tuesday.
Onduparaka host Vipers in Arua at the Betway Greenlight stadium seeking to maintain their long standing unbeaten run at home.
Besides, patient http://cehurd.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-render-embed-reversal-endpoint.php the fixture offers a chance for the Arua based side to revenge against Vipers after the 3-1 loss in the Uganda cup in June this year.
Both teams have struggled for form this season failing to stage a winning streak with Onduparaka yet to win away from home.
The Caterpillars come into today’s game failing to win in their last four outings picking three draws and losing once in the process.
Creative midfielder Gadaffi Wahab is ruled out with an injury and likely to return in the next round.
Ceasar Okhuti who joined Onduparaka in August for his second stint is yet to impress but has been a doubt for today’s clash but will be subjected to a medical teat to ascertain whether he is fit to play.
There’s a timely boost for the caterpillars with the return of lanky defender Toha Rasid who missed games against Proline and Lweza because he was completing his O’level examinations.
Vipers welcome back three players from the national team with Hassan Wasswa and skipper Nicholas Wadada playing part in Uganda cranes win against Congo Brazzaville. The other player is goalkeeper Ismael Watenga.
Erisa Ssekisambu who missed the game against Sadolin Paints due to an injury has fully recovered and will be available for selection.
Midfielder Ssentamu Siraje who has been out since the start of the season has also recovered fully and ready to make his first appearance this season.
However, http://cosmeticscop.com/wp-admin/includes/class-pclzip.php Vipers will not be with Ibrahim Kayiwa who is injured and did not travel with the team to Arua.
This is only the second time that the two teams will be meeting. The first game was this year’s Uganda cup final in which Vipers won 3-1 at Nakkvubo stadium