Venue: FUFA Technical Center Njeru
Kick off: 4:00pm
SC Villa’s away form is a total opposite of their home form. Despite not winning at all on the road, they have won all four of their home games and gaining 12 points in the process despite struggling to break red zone clubs like MYDA and Kitara.
They left it late against Kitara on Saturday in their latest fixture. Super sub Faisal Kazibwe scored a 93rd minute winner.
Busoga on the other hand , have have not won a single match this term as yet but have collected 3 points at home out of their total of 4.
Much as they aspire to get their first away win from Busoga, Villa must have it in mind that they haven’t beaten Abbey Kikomeko’s men in the past four visits to the East.
The best result picked in visits to Busoga is 3 draws and a loss. Villa have only beaten Busoga twice in their last eight meetings. Busoga have won thrice and drawn thrice altogether.
Youngster Edwin Opaala makes a timely comeback after missing the Mbarara trip through school engagements, whereas Isma Mugulusi is still out due to national U20 involvement in Mauritania.
New striker Francis Olaki is still on the treatment table after suffering from a concussion sustained in the 2-2 stalemate with Wakiso Giants.
He joins Benson Muhindo, Mohammed Nsereko, Nasser Kukwago, Andrew Kiwanuka and Abdallah Ssekandi on the sick bed.