Sadolin Paints have never defeated League giants SC Villa Since their debut in the 2014/15 season but coach Musafiri Swamadu expects to halt this unwanted history.
The two sides go head to head on Tuesday 23rd August at the Kyabazinga stadium in Bugembe.
The two have met five times; four in the league and once on January 26th 2016 in a liberation cup. In all these meetings, buy http://chemistsown.com.au/wp-content/themes/twentythirteen/inc/back-compat.php Villa have emerged champions.
In fact, more about the painters have not managed to score a goal against the Jogoos losing 1-0 last season while the previous game/year ended premature and Villa were awarded the points.
“That is an unwanted piece of history and we are looking to end it tomorrow (Tuesday),” Musafiri said
“Our first game had a lot of positives with the new signings especially Oringa performing to their best. Saints had a strong back line and disturbed us to penetrate with the fact that they were not so offensive.”
Musafiri has a fresh squad to select from except that Robert Achema is on loan and therefore not eligible to play.
The painters return to their home base where they won the Eastern G4 tournament the last time they had a competitive match.
SC Villa new coach Deo Serwada has always insisted on taking game per game.
Ambrose Kirya scored the lone goal at Bugembe last season and is expected to start.
If selected Yesseri Waibi will be facing his immediate former masters.
20th May 16 Villa 2-1 Sadolin
26th Jan 16 Villa 1(5)-1(4) Sadolin
03rd Nov 15 Sadolin 0-1 SC Villa
17th Feb 15 Villa 1-0 Sadolin
23rd Dec 14 Sadolin 0-3: SC Villa