SC Villa braced for nervy showdown after embarrassing defeat to Tooro United

Daniel NSUBUGA

SC Villa will have themselves to blame for failure to hold on to Ambrose Kirya’s early exquisite effort that had put them in the driving seat and perhaps confirm their top flight status next season.

They allowed two second half goals from Baker Buyala and Allan Kayiwa and in turn ended up squandering a massive opportunity to quash all the slim hopes held by Ndejje University.

Ambrose Kirya put Villa in the lead with a superb volley

The University Lions host Onduparaka tomorrow at the Arena of visions and they will be back in contention for safety if they manage to beat the Caterpillars.

With all the good possession game exhibited by Villa in the first half, they failed to reciprocate their dominance with what matters most, the goals.

Pius Wangi , Joseph Semujju and Ronald Magwali were all at fault for failure to extend Villa’s lead with all the opportunities presented to them.

Baker Buyala equalised for Tooro United 5 minutes into the 2nd period

Tooro United who looked like a team already on holiday returned a different entity in the second period and made Villa pay dearly for their profligacy.

With only one game left on their calendar , Villa remain slightly above the red zone with a 5 point cushion and they still need to avoid defeat in their next game against Nyamityobora to save their season.

Allan Kayiwa’s header was enough to beat SC Villa
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