It will be battle for two teams that have suffered the highest number of defeats in the league entities at Masindi Municipal Stadium.
Both sides seen to be fighting a losing battle against relegation. Kitara is on the bottom of the table with only 10 points from 24 games while MYDA is 15th with 14 points.
Between them, 135 goals have been shipped with Kitara taking the lion’s share of 69 and MYDA contributing 66.
They have suffered 34 defeats combined and have managed only 5 wins (combined)
The two sides have only met once and the tie ended in a two all stalemate in the first leg.
Kitara come in this tie after suffering a humiliating 7-2 defeat at the hands of Wakiso Giants, their two games were scored by Patrick Kumererwa and Edison Agondeze.
MYDA registered their third victory of the season in their previous game against Busoga United courtesy of Ibrahim Nsimbe’s hat trick.
Agondeze, Musa Doca, Patrick Mugume and Kusemererwa will be have to be at their best to help the hosts register victory.
MYDA will be without midfielder Eric Mutebi due to suspension and Solomon Babyesiza is nursing a knee injury.
They will look to Ibrahim Nsimbe, Paul Musamali and Peter Mutebi to inspire them to victory.
Busoga United Vs Express- Njeru.
Wakiso Giants Vs BUL-Wakiso.
Vipers Vs Mbarara City-Kitende
Onduparaka Vs Soltilo Bright Stars- Arua.
Kitara Vs MYDA-Masindi