Table leaders KCCA make a trip to Njeru where hosts BUL will be lurking.

The game pits two sides that are desperate to keep the top positions and a win for either will be a move in the right direction.

KCCA are on 25 points, just two better than third placed BUL and victory for the Jinja based side will see them overtake the Kasasiro.

Both coaches are convinced their sides are capable taking the day although they admit it will be a tough outing.

“They are among the most organised teams in the country with good coaches and players,” said Isabirye. “But we have belief and want to improve and compete with the best and so we shall give it all to win the game although it will be a difficult challenge,” he added.

Byekwaso is also wary of BUL’s home threat as they are the only side yet to drop a point at home this season.

“They have beaten every team at their home and so we must be careful and execute the game plan well,” he told the club media.

“They are aggressive in attack and compact in the way they defend so we must diffuse them and limit their shots on goals,” he added.

Tuesday 13th December 2022

  • BUL FC Vs KCCA FC, FUFA Technical Centre-Njeru (2:00 pm) Live on FUFA TV
  • Express FC Vs Vipers SC, Muteesa II Stadium-Wankulukuku (4:00pm) Live on Sanyuka Prime TV
  • Soltilo Bright Stars FC Vs Wakiso Giants FC, Kavumba Recreation Ground-Wakiso (4:00 pm)

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