After a heartbreaking Boxing Day 3-2 defeat to URA FC, viagra 100mg http://clearwatercommunities.com/wp-admin/includes/ms.php KCCA FC travels to Kavumba hopeful of raking maximum points against 9th placed Soana fc.
The two teams have clashed only four times in the league, viagra sharing the same proportion of success and failure.
All the four fixtures have produced decent competition – either sides winning with at least three goals but the Kasasiro boys hold the record 4-0 win registered a year ago in December.
Soana lost 0-4 last time out at Kakindu courtesy of 4-star Richard Wandyaka’s goals. The Kavumba side have picked only five points out of a possible fifteen.
KCCA FC are still the undisputed league leaders with 28 points and are likely to close the first leg on summit unless they loose and Police gains maximum points away to Villa.
Coach Sam Ssimbwa hints on several changes and is most likely to relegate keeper Benjamin Ochan after a poor show in Lugazi.
“We are likely to do a few changes in the squad but we will maintain our attacking zeal against Soana. We respect them but we go into the game with no option but to win,” Ssimbwa said.
BUL FC Vs Bright Stars FC-Kakindu
SC VU Vs Maroons FC –Namboole outside pitch
Simba FC Vs Vipers FC – Bombo
Soana FC Vs KCCA FC – Kavumba RG
URA FC Vs Lweza FC – Lugazi
SC Villa Vs Police FC – Nakivubo
Express FC Vs JMC Hippos – Wankulukuku
Sadolin Paints FC Vs The Saints FC – FUFA
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Defending champions Vipers SC hope Santa Claus turns around their fortune in Bombo for a better new year’s gift after an unpleasant Christmas ‘package’ that saw them fatally crush to a 2-0 loss away to Express Fc at Wankulukuku on Boxing Day.
The champions will be without skipper Nicolas Wadada whose recurring knee problem seems to have escalated during Express game.
Left back Halid Lwalirwa is also out as well as Yusuf Mukisa and Saddam Juma. The duo has been absconding previous two pre-match training sessions.
Simba have not beaten Vipers at home since May 2011 but will be boosted by Express performance that broke a five year old jinx against the Buikwe side last Saturday.
Simba’s last win was against the same Express Fc with Patrick Gonahasa recording the first hattrick of the league.
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Simba vs Vipers last five record at Bombo.
26th Sep 2014
Simba FC 0-1 Vipers SC
01st Nov 2013
Simba FC 0-3 Vipers SC
26th Mar 2013
Simba FC 1-1 Vipers SC
6th Jan 2012
Simba FC 1-1 Vipers SC
17th May 2011
Simba FC 1-0 Vipers SC