With Jinja Municipal Council Hippos football club already relegated, viagra order all the other three Jinja based teams are still engulfed in the battle to fend off relegation.
Sadolin Paints, story Kirinya Jinja SS and BUL are all in the relegation mix with just three games to the end of the season.
And the derbies this Tuesday will have no other talking points other than the battle to survive the relegation monster.
BUL host bitter rivals Sadolin Paints at Njeru Technical centre, seemingly no distinction between the two sides.
Despite occupying 12th position on the table, BUL are just two points above Sadolin Paints who are second from bottom with just three games to the end of the season.
Both teams come into this game on back of defeats. Sadolin lost 2-1 at home to Saints a thing that compelled the sacking of head coach Simon Peter Kirumira and assistant coach Musafir Samadu while BUL lost with the same score away to Proline.
In the other Jinja derby, Kirinya take on already relegated JMC Hippos at Kakindu stadium seeking for redemption.
The school boys were condemned to their heaviest defeat in the league losing 5-1 to KCCA FC over the weekend.
Victory for Kirinya Jinja SS will bring sigh of relief and hope the other rivals stumble.
JMC Hippos are rock bottom on the table on just 7 points while Kirinya have 27points in 14th place.