Uganda Premier League
Proline vs URA
Phillip Omondi stadium 4:00pm
Proline captain, cost http://daylesfordartshow.com.au/wp-includes/rewrite.php Simon Mbaziira believes the team is not under any pressure ahead of their clash against Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) football club.
“There is no pressure at all on us at the moment, ampoule http://clubebancariositape.com.br/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sync/class.jetpack-sync-module-terms.php we know the results may not be coming our way but we are still focused as a team,” said Mbazira.
“We are in the right attitude and mentality and I think we shall hit the ground soon,” he added.
Proline host URA at Phillip Omondi stadium on Saturday on the back of a 3-0 loss to SC Villa and yet to pick maximum points in the opening five games.
Mujib Kasule however receives a huge boost ahead of the clash against the tax collectors with the timely return of striker Edrisa Lubega.
Lubega was sidelined with an ankle injury that saw him miss out on the game against SC Villa but the energetic forward who had light training with the team on Friday was passed fit to feature against URA.
On the other hand, Kefa Kisaala’s charges come into today’s clash on the back of a 2-2 home draw with Lweza.
The four time champions are yet to find solution with the defensive woes that troubled them last season, keeping just one clean sheet in the six games played this season.
The last league meeting between the two sides came on 28th February 2014 with the tax collectors winning 3-0 and unbeaten against Proline in the last four league meetings.
If selected to feature for Proline, Saidi Kyeyune and Savio Kabugo will be facing their former club where they played last season.
Proline are 13th on the table with four points while URA occupy 7th spot with 7 points.