By: Gladys Zawedde
Police Vs Masavu
Venue: Mandela National Stadium, Namboole.
Kick off : 4:30 pm.
Officials : Paul Turyamuhebwa, Solomon Lusambya, Asadu Semere and Joseph Ochom.
Time is running out for bottom placed Masavu FC to save their dreadful season. They surely must not entertaining any slip ups when they visit Abudallah Mubiru coached side Police FC at Namboole.
Police have had an alarming slump in form having managed to collect only five points out of the possible 30 in the last 10 games played losing seven times, winning once and drawing twice.
On the other hand Masavu FC has only managed to garner three points in the last five games played.
The first meeting of between the two sides was on game day one of the season at Bugonga Fisheries Grounds where Masavu FC lost 3-0 forfeiture after their negligence to present player licenses prior to kick off.
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Police FC was held to a barren stalemate by Bright Stars at home in a match where Ben Ocen failed to score through a spot kick. On the other hand Masavu FC was walloped by Onduparaka FC 3-0 at Greenlight Stadium in Arua.
Police has so far played 11 games at home and have managed to win five times, lost twice and drew four times.
Out of the 11 games Masavu has played away from home, they have won only twice (against Express and Proline), drew four times and lost five.
The cops will have to put their trust in Norman Ojik, Pius Kaggwa, Ben Ocen, Albert Mugisa and Juma Balinya in search for a positive result.
Police FC has no fresh injury concerns except Douglas Kisembo who sustained an injury in the previous game. Left back Aggrey Madoi is welcomed back from injury.
Coach Abdullah Mubiru is expectant of a positive result to bring back the confidence in the team, He says;
” We have never prepared for a loss, we always come expecting a positive result our target is a win this encounter so that we stabilise on the table and bring back our confidence hence fulfilling one of our goals which is playing competitive football.”
Skipper Abraham Ndugwa, Ddumba Sadala, Benjamin Nyakoojo are the key players to lead relegation threatened Masavu FC get a positive result.
Midfielder Charles Wamala is still sidelined with injury while Simon Namwanja is doubtful having sustained an injury in the last fixture.
A win can help Abdullah Mubiru’s men move from seventh to 6th on the other side once Masavu gets maximum points, they will be in contention to move away from the red zone.