URA FC and Bul FC registered identical barren draws against new comers Kirinya Jinja SS and Proline FC on Friday in their respective season openers.
The two go head to head on Tuesday in Lugazi in search of their maiden campaign victory.
Bul FC grabbed their first win over the tax collectors through Milton Kalisa’s 27th minute penalty. The match later ended in a soaked stadium following heavy rains during the break.
Kefa Kisala’s side had picked a similar 1-0 win at Lugazi on August 20th 2015 courtesy of Oromchan Villa’s strike in the 18th.
The two have met ten times in the league with the tax collectors claiming half of them. In fact URA have won four of the five games against the Jinja side.
Trouble seemed to have sneaked in Kisala’s camp after new striker Bogota Labama failed to make the squad. The front pack missed several crucial chances to kill off the game at Bugembe. But coach Kefa promised a better show at home.
“We wasted very important chances (against Jinja SS) but we have to work on that before our next game because if you’re in contention for trophy, order http://cikza.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/_inc/footer.php then you got to start winning early, clinic ” he said.
BUL are not any better with newly hired coach Frank Anyau decrying his blunt attack. Anyau believes his side can pick a win as long as they score goals.
“We are not worried of our opponent URA, We are worried of ourselves for not putting the ball in the back of the net. If we score goals then we shall beat them. Nothing else”
Edgar Luzige and Philip Sempiira are out due to fitness. If selected Deo Othieno, Derrick Walulya and skipper Augustine Nsumba will be facing their former side URA.