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AUPL: URA Out to Pile More Misery on Police

URA Defender, Sam Ssekito takes on Onduparaka's Muhammad Shaban in a previous game

Uganda Premier League
URA vs Police
Mehta stadium, medical http://cirgroup.com/typo3conf/ext/direct_mail/pi1/class.tx_directmails.php Lugazi 4:30pm

Police football club find themselves in the drop zone after match day 10 sitting second from bottom with a meager seven points.

The Cops have a had a poor start to the season winning just one game a thing that prompted head coach Sam Timbe to throw in the towel after a 3-0 thumping by KCCA FC on Friday.

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Police make a trip to Lugazi with Angello Lonyesi as the acting head coach and will be seeking to upset a rejuvenated URA side who have won the previous two games (3-1 against Onduparaka and 2-0 against The Saints).

The tax collectors who currently occupy fifth position on 15 points will aim at keeping pace with the leading pack and a win against Police will see them move to third spot ahead of Soana and SC Villa who will not be in action on Tuesday.

Kefa Kisala will hope the attacking trio of Shafik Kagimu, this web http://creativecommons.org/wp-content/plugins/gravityformslogging/logging.php Bokota Labama and Ronald Kigongo keep the scoring touch against Police who have not kept a clean sheet in their last seven league games.

The trio have scored nine of the 14 goals that URA have scored this season.

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URA have scored at least a goal on eight of the ten games they have played this season.

They have failed to score on two occasions (goalless draws against Kirinya Jinja SS and Soana).

Police have conceded 17 goals this season, the most by any team in the league making an average of 1.7 goals per game.

The last meeting between the two sides ended in a 2-0 win for URA.

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