URA and KCCA huffed and puffed on Wednesday evening but could only play out to a goalless draw at Namboole.

The Azam Uganda Premier League (AUPL) will now take a two-week break to allow the national team prepare for next weekend’s World Cup qualifier against Ghana.

Back at Namboole, the biggest talking point was the absence of striker Muhammad Shaban, controversially signed from Onduparaka on transfer deadline day last week.

Derrick Nsibambi fluffed the game’s best chance when faced with URA goalkeeper Mathias Mugwanya.

The result moved fifth-placed KCCA to six points after five games, while URA are 10th with five points. The league resumes on October 10.





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