By: Erias Kayondo
After a 5-0 loss to Onduparaka FC in their previous game, 8th Police FC will seek solace in their game against 12th placed Soana FC at Namboole.
The reverse fixture which was played in December last year, ended in 2-1 in favour of the Kavumba based side and Soana FC assistant coach David Mutono believes they can win this encounter as well. He asserted that, all is set for them to win this encounter. He said;
“It’s a do or die game for us. We badly lost our previous game so we need to come back stronger this time. We watched the them playing in their game against Onduparaka and we have done our homework the right way so we expect a convincing win against Police”. David Mutono the Soana FC assistant coach vowed.
Police has lost 3 of their last games, drawn 1 and won 1. They drew 0-0 against BUL, won 2-1 against Masavu, before falling 1-0 to Sc Villa, 3-1 to Proline and 5-0 to Onduparaka FC in their previous game at Namboole.
Soana FC have won 1 of their last 5 games, lost 3 and drawn 1. They won 3-1 against BUL FC, lost 2-0 to Sc Villa, drew 2-2 with Bright stars FC and lost 1-0 to Masavu before falling 3-1 to Proline FC in their most recent game.
The last 9 meetings between these two sides have seen Soana FC win 5, Police FC 3 and the other game ending in a 1-1 stalemate.
Summary of the form guide;
Police FC : L L L W D
Soana FC : L L D L W
Soana FC will miss the services of 5 of their players. Muwadda Mawejje who is suspended for this game due to accumulation of yellow cards, Petit Wanock, Baker Buyala, John Muwanguzi, and goalkeeper Oringa Franco are all our injured.
The good news for Police FC is that be they are welcoming back defender Ibrahim Kibuumba who has missed their recent games because he was serving a punishment for the red card he got at Masaka recreation center in their game against Sc Villa.
A win for Police FC will see them go to 35 points and to the 7th position while maximum points for the Kavumba based side will see them in the 10th position with 31 points.