Vipers SC host Jinja Municipal Council Hippos on Tuesday afternoon in a premier league match at Namboole stadium. The venue is more of a neutral venue for both sides.
St. Mary’s stadium is still under construction forcing the Kitende side to continue utilizing the national stadium.
The two sides come into the game at the back of three consecutive draws in their respective competitive ties. Vipers and Express produced one of the most boring games of the season last Friday with only three shots registered on target in the entire 90 minutes.
Vipers will go third on the table with a win on Tuesday but will be careful with their visitors who have collected four draws in five games. Coach Waswa is expected to rotate his lineup in order to cater for a congested fixture where they were scheduled to play about three games in a space of eight days before hosting platinum stars in Caf confederation’s cup.
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