• StarTimes stadium, Lugogo 4.30pm
  • Tuesday Feb 26, 2016

After dropping two points against Police, log leaders KCCA can’t afford to error against URA, says Mike Mutebi.

Mutebi says he expects a reaction from his charges against a very organised URA side that conceded the fewest goals in the campaign so far.

“It’s not going to be easy but I think there is going to be a reaction because we dropped points against Police,” said Mutebi. “We have not lost at Lugogo and if they react well, we have all it takes to take three points,” he added.

Like Mutebi, Ssimbwa also believes the game will be tough but he isn’t worried of playing away from home.

“It’s a tough game but for me, I don’t regard us as having a home ground,” said Ssimbwa. “We don’t train at Namboole and in my opinion; all our games are almost away games,” he added.

KCCA won the reverse fixture 1-0 at Namboole courtesy of Timothy Awany strike but haven’t completed a double over URA in the past five seasons.

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