KCCA FC make a short cross town trip to Nakivubo stadium to play fellow contenders Vipers SC who sit on the second place with six points the difference between the two.
Vipers held on Erisa Sekisambu’s half hour strike to overcome their Entebbe road rivals Lweza FC on Tuesday at Wankulukuku to move joint second with SC Villa on a dozen points.
On the other hand, visit http://cnet-training.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-pagenavi/scb/load.php travellers KCCA FC clumped down bitter arch rivals Express FC 3-1 in a highly entertaining derby at Lugogo to move to eighteen points.
Vipers bench that includes coach Abdalla Mubiru, buy information pills George ‘Best’ Nsiimbe and Ayalla all sat on KCCA FC bench that won the league two years ago.
“The game is equally vital like any other and we have to beat them to keep our title hopes alive. We must take advantage of the home crowd, illness press so hard and minimize mistakes,” Mubiru noted.
The visitors have previous statistics to worry about after failing to pick a win whenever they’re on the road to the venoms since 24th September 2011, losing three and two ended in stalemates. The last match ended goalless while three of the previous four ended in draws.
KCCA FC coach Morley Byekwaso knows the threat posed by their hosts but he believes they’ll defeat Vipers if they use similar tactics that won them last game.
“We broke down Express early in the first half to avoid last minute upsets,” he told club media adding that “It’s the same approach we are targeting in our next match and luckily enough, we have all the players that executed the Express mission available for selection,”
Vipers only have Siraje Ssentamu’s health to worry about, while Halid Lwaliwa is expected back after shaking off an injury.
If selected for Vipers, Hassan Waswa, Tony Odur, and William Wadri will be facing their former masters same as Vincent Kayizzi for the Kasasiro boys.