Arua Hill lock horns with KCCA in a game that could define either’s season.

The two teams are the only one without a point the league after five games which makes it a must win for either if they are to get their campaign started in real sense.

A stalemate will leave both occupying the bottom two slots but at least, the unwanted record will be gone.

KCCA interim coach Jackson Magera called for collective responsibility after a 2-0 defeat to NEC and is aware that failure to pick points from fellow strugglers will worsen the already gloomy mood at Lugogo.

Muhammad Shaban, Emmanuel Loki and company will be tasked with ending the goal scoring burden but will be wary of Ibrahim Oriti, John Okumu and Gaddafi Wahab threat at the opposite end.

Arua Hill won last season’s corresponding fixture 3-1 at Barifa but have lost two of the previous four league meetings against the Kasasiro.

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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