BUL’s early title credentials face test of bogey side URA who they host on Tuesday at Fufa Technical Centre, Njeru.

The Jinja based side are joint top of the 16-team standings with maximum points from five outings and victory over the four-time champions will send clear signals to their rivals about their season’s ambitions.

In the past 22 league meetings since BUL gained promotion, they have only managed three wins against URA who have in turn won nine games including last season’s corresponding fixtures.

URA are yet to win a game away from home though with draws at UPDF, Bright Stars and Maroons defining their away form so far.

At Kakyeka, Mbarara City host Bright Stars who are still without victory in five games.

The Ankole Lions want to build on their last outing, 1-0 win over Arua Hill.

Match day SIX fixtures summarized

Tuesday31st October 2023.

  • Arua Hill SCVs KCCA FC, Paridi Stadium-Adjumani (4:00pm) Live on FUFA TV.
  • Vipers SC Vs Wakiso Giants FC, St Mary’s Stadium-Kitende (7:00pm) Live on Sanyuka Prime TV.
  • Mbarara City FC Vs Soltilo Bright Stars FC, Kakyeka Stadium-Mbarara (4:00pm).
  • BULFC Vs URA FC, FUFA, Technical Centre -Njeru(4:00pm).

Wednesday 01st November 2023.

  • Kitara FC Vs Maroons FC, Masindi Stadium (4:00pm) Live on FUFA TV.
  • Busoga United FC Vs UPDFFC, FUFA Technical Centre-Njeru (4:00pm).
  • NEC FC Vs Gaddafi FC, MTN Omondi Stadium-Lugogo (4:00pm).


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