SC Villa head coach Moses Basena will have to call for divine intervention if he is to save his job at the 16 time record champions.
SC Villa alongside Maroons are the only clubs out of the 16 to have not won a single game this season which has dragged the club in early relegation fight and consequently putting Basena’s job on the line.
The tactician has been given an ultimatum to win the match against his former pay masters or face the sack.
URA in 4th place are among the the most in form sides in the league having managed to register 2 wins and 2 draws being among the only 3 teams not to have tested defeat alongside Vipers SC and KCCA FC.
The previous 7 meetings between the two powerhouses have seen SC Villa win on two occasions, URA only once with the majority 4 ending in stalemates.
Sam Simbwa will also be facing his former side and he hopes not to have any mercy for a team that showed him the exit 2 years ago.
SC Villa will have to cope with their blunt strike force since Pius Wangi’s fate is yet to be decided, Joseph Semujju, Albert Mugisa and Bashir Mutanda are expected to rise up to the occasion if Villa are to pull of a surprise.
Abdul Malik Vitalis Tabu is enjoying a fine vain of form and this will wary his former team which he left in July. Peter Lwasa, Dickson Kigongo and Mathew Odong are the other key men for URA FC.
URA will possibly move up to 2nd on 11 points if they win tomorrow’s encounter whereas their troubled opponents will move out of the drop zone up to 9th determinant of other results.
SC Villa L D L D
URA FC D W D W