Payback time as Bright stars host the endangered Proline

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By: Gladys Zawedde

Bright Stars Vs Proline
Venue: Champions Stadium Mwererwe

Revenge will be on agenda as Bright host Proline FC tommorow at the Champions Stadium in Mwererwe. Fahad Bayo’s brace in the first round saw Proline edge Bright stars at Lugogo.

This is the best chance that Bright stars have to beat Proline, a side they have failed to beat in the last 5 encounters.

Proline FC has had a poor run on away games as they are yet to win any game away from home loosing seven and drawing thrice.

Bright stars have enjoyed a good run of form at home having only lost once all season, they have won 5 of their games and drawn 4.

The hosts are fresh from a hard fought point against Masavu in their last fixture at Bugonga Fisheries Grounds as Proline lost 1-0 at home to BUL FC.

Bright Stars : DDWLL
Proline :           LLDLL

Bright Stars will miss the services of Moses Okot who is sidelined with an injury as Hamza Muwonge is expected to be back in action after an injury. Skipper Nelson Ssenkatuka and Kokas Opejo will be the men to look on as Bright Stars looks for its first win against the opponents.

Proline FC is to miss out the services of Simon Mbazira who sustained a rib injury in their last fixture.

Savio Kabugo is also doubtful while Mustafa Mujuzi and Sam Tiyo Kintu return from suspension. Arnold Sserunjogi and Joshua Okiror won’t be available for selection.

Bright Stars coach Paul Kiwanuka admits that the need for revenge will also drive his team as they attempt to consolidate their position.

” I believe it will not be an easy game as both sides badly need the results but we are coming in tomorrow’s game seeking for revenge has lost 2-0 in the first round we are to fight hard for a positive result. “

A win will help Proline FC move away from the relegation zone as Bright Stars after maximising points can move from 10th to 8th.

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