Sinan RAJUB SENOGA
KCCA FC have won six of the eight previous meetings with Busoga United and will be aiming for their second ever league double over the relegation threatened side.
KCCA are fourth with 42 points and with the title far away from their reach, they will be hoping for a respectable finish.
Busoga are battling for safety having garnered 26 points to sit 13th, three points above 14th Kyetume.
Abbey Kikomeko’s men are winless in their last five games and have lost 4-0 to Express and 3-0 to MYDA in their most recent games.
KCCA on the other hand were held to a one-all draw by UPDF in their last game played on Thursday.
Morley Byekwaso will be without strikers Sadat Anaku and Sam Ssenyonjo who picked injuries from Bombo.
It should be remembered that Anaku scored a hat trick when both sides met in the reverse fixture, a game KCCA comfortably won 4-0 at Njeru.
Other notable absentees for Byekwaso include Andrew Samson Kigozi and Filbert Obenchan who have knee injuries and Musa Ramathan who got a cut on his eye during the 1-1 draw against Police.
Brian Aheebwa will return next season, John Revita resumed training but will wait a little longer for his return.
Dominic Ayella is at school whereas Julius Poloto and Ashraf Mugume are the major doubts.
Busoga will continue to miss Paul Ssekulima and Sharif Kimbowa due to injury.
Ivan Wani is a doubt while Franco Onen returns. Kikomeko will continue to miss defender Douglas Muganga who is with the Uganda Beach Soccer team the Sand Cranes in Senegal.