Third placed BUL FC targets a third consecutive victory when they host struggling Soltilo Bright Stars at Kyabazinga Stadium in Bugembe.
BUL FC won 5-0 and 3-1 in their most recent two fixtures.
Soltilo Bright Stars have only won once this season, lost six and drawn thrice which puts them 14th position with only six points from nine games
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The last 16 meetings between the two sides have seen BUL win three, Bright Stars eight the other eight ending in stalemates.
Alex Isabirye with no injury concerns to worry about expects a tough tie but believes his side is good enough to get the maximum points,
“It will not be an easy task for us but since our target this season is competing not participating as I have always emphasized, I expect the team to win tomorrow since we badly need those three points.”
Soltilo Bright Stars will be without Emmanuel Loki and James Angu but welcome back Jamil Nvule Kisitu, Alfred Onek, Augustin Kacancu and Simon Ssemayange.
Victory will temporarily take BUL FC to second while a win for Soltilo Bright Stars will see them move one place up.