With 6 games already played, SC Villa and Maroons remain the only teams yet to taste victory this term having only managed to collect 2 points out of a possible 18.
They host a KCCA side that is yet to taste defeat are pushing to keep tabs on run away leaders Vipers SC.
KCCA head coach Mike Mutebi has however expressed a concern that his team are about to face a team hungry for victory and he expects another classic battle.
“We are going to face a wounded team, they have been playing well but results not going their way, so we expect them to come expecting to begin their redemption against us”.
“SC Villa are the biggest club in the country with great history and they are the record champions with 16 titles, so we can’t judge them by their current struggles”.
Nicholas Kasozi did not leave the bench during KCCA’s stalemate with Vipers at Kitende but he is expected to face his former employers together with Allan Kyambadde.
Muzamir Mutyaba has also been pronounced fit and he will contend for a place in center of midfield with Sadam Juma.
Reports indicate that Pius Wangi and Ashraf Mandela have been cleared to feature for SC Villa but it remains to be unclear whether they will be able to face KCCA FC tomorrow.
7 of the previous meetings have dominated by KCCA with 3 wins, 1 for SC Villa and 3 draws.