Friday March 29th, 2024 – 4pm

  • Kitara vs BUL – Masindi Municipal stadium
  • Wakiso Giants vs NEC – Kabaka Kyabaggu stadium, Wakiso

Kitara and BUL have no option of dropping points when the lock horns at Masindi on Good Friday.

The hosts lead the standings with 43 points, four points ahead of second placed BUL who come into the game on the back of back-to-back defeats.

BUL won the reverse fixture 2-1 at Fufa Technical Centre, Njeru and could become the first team this season to complete a double over Brian Ssenyondo’s men.

Kitara have only dropped points twice this season at Masindi in a draw with SC Villa and defeat to Maroons.

Brian Aheebwa and Frank Zaga return after missing the 3-0 win over URA and join the lethal attack led by Denis Omedi and company.

For BUL, Nicholas Mwere and Walter Ochora return from suspension and injury respectively.

At Kabaka Kyabaggu stadium, Wakiso Giants hope to build on the win away to Express when they host NEC.

The first leg ended in a 1-1 draw and with the Purple Sharks aiming to stay afloat, title chasing NEC must be tread carefully at a home where KCCA and URA have lost.

NEC could climb to second place if BUL lose at Kitara while Wakiso Giants will open a nine point gap between them and Busoga United who occupy the last relegation slot.