Ndejje University head coach Raymond Komakech has vowed to get the best out of their home fixture to Kirinya JSS FC on Tuesday 4th December at the Arena of Visions.
The Ndejje Lions have only managed 2 wins this term and they need to quickly react if they are to survive the drop.
“Being at home, we have the home advantage and I believe the boys have trained very hard and have worked on a few issues here and there which will make us win the game.”
The two sides will be facing each other for the first time in the topflight division. Ndejje University come into this contest third from the bottom with 6 points garnered in eight games.
Kirinya on the other hand are 10th on the 16 team log with 10 points collected. They come into this game after a goalless draw with Maroons in their previous game while Ndejje lost their last game 3-0 away to Onduparaka.
Ndejje University FC : LLLWL
Kirinya : WDLDL
Ayiekoh’s coached side has only registered two wins this season against Tooro United and Nyamityobora both coming on the road whereas Ndejje’s two victories have come at home against Paidha Black Angels and Mbarara City.
Noel Nassasira alongside Anwar Ntege are expected to light up the hosts side if they are to maximize points against Kirinya.
Isaac Isinde who missed Kirinya’s game against Maroons due to national duties returns and is expected to provide leadership and command in defence.
Head coach Charles Ayiekoh and current league scorer with six goals Joel Madondo are also back after their engagements with the Kobs that ended in a miserable defeat to South Sudan last month.
The Jinja outfit will miss the services of Godfrey Akol and George Kasonko through respective injuries.
A win for the home side will see them move out of the drop zone while victory for Ayiekoh’s men will take them to 8th place on the log.