Kirinya Jinja SS FC will be aiming to bounce back from the 4-1 defeat at Bright Stars when they visit Nyamityobora tomorrow Tuesday 6th November at Wankululuku Stadium.
Nyamityobora on the other hand will be in search of their second topflight victory having only won once, lost four and drawn once in the 6 games they have so far played. They played to a barren stalemate with URA FC in their previous game at Mandela National Stadium.
Ayiekoh’s men have been blowing hot and cold this season, having won once, lost two and drawn three in the six games played into the season.
The hosts are 13th placed on the log with 4 points collected out of a possible 18 whereas Ayiekoh’s side lie in 11th place with 6 points.
Kirinya have had a player sent off in their previous two consecutive games, Muhammad Didi against Vipers and Dan Ssewava at Bright Stars. Both will miss this contest through suspensions.
Joel Madondo, the current leading goalscorer with 6 goals is expected to rise up Ayiekoh’s side. Anthony Mayanja, David Bagoole are expected to be at their best if they are to dismantle the hosts.
James Odoch has no injury concerns ahead of this encounter and will heavily rely on custodian Hillary Jomi who put up an heroic performance against URA FC. John Kisakye, Patrick Gonahasa and Alex Komakech are also expected to be productive.
Kirinya can make it to 9th position in case they manage to maximise the points whereas maximum points will see Nyamityobora move 3 points off the drop.