Tuesday April 12, 2016, Mutesa II stadium, Wankulukuku @ 4.30pm
Ten times champions KCCA face bogey side Lweza targeting their first ever league victory over the side.
The game at Mutesa II stadium, Wankulukuku is arguably the toughest test for the log leaders who sit eight points better than second placed Vipers.
Lweza versatile player Ayub Kisaliita has already warned the visitors not to expect a warm welcome at a stadium they don’t fancy visiting.
“Let them expect no mercy,” he told upl.co.ug. “They are good and deserve to be log leaders but we aren’t bad either. The target is maximum points and nothing else,” he added.
Former KCCA forward Geoffrey Sserunkuma who has scored twice against the Kasasiro since moving to Lweza is expected to lead the hunt for goals alongside Moses Ndaula.
Meanwhile, KCCA are still without lead striker Ceaser Okhuti, defender cum midfielder Lawrence Kasadha, defender Hassan Wasswa Dazo while goalie Benjamin Ochan is a doubt after being involved in an accident.
The first round fixture ended 1-1 with Nelson Ssenkatuka scoring for KCCA before Sserunkuma leveled matters late in the game to snatch a point for Joseph Mutyaba’s side who sit 10th on the 16 team log with 30 points.