Tooro United Vs BUL FC
Venue: Muteesa II Stadium Wankulukuku
Date: Tuesday 26th- March
Tooro United start life away from their fortress Buhinga as they his BUL at Muteesa II Stadium.
They won seven of the nine games played at Buhinga and only drew twice .
This is the 3rd time in this season Tooro United is changing home grounds from Kavumba recreation grounds, Buhinga Grounds then Wankulukuku.
Tooro United will host all their remaining home games at Wankulukuku since Buhinga grounds is undergoing renovation as they relocate another ground in Fort Portal where to host from next season.
Both sides played to a all one stalemates in their last fixtures, Tooro United drew with KCCA at Buhinga while BUL was against URA at Namboole.
Tooro United: DWDLD
BUL FC: DWDDL
The reverse fixture saw Tooro United defeat BUL 1-0 at FUFA Technical Center Njeru.
The last 7 meetings both sides have met Tooro United has won 6 with BUL FC winning only once.
Wasswa Bbosa has all his squad fully fit with no injury concerns neither suspensions and he targets maximum points despite playing on a neutral ground,
“I expect a 50-50 game since both of us are playing away from home, but this will not stop us from working hard for maximum points. Good enough our squad is fully fit for selection.”
The hosts will bank on the services of Allan Kayiwa, Joel Mutakubwa, Steven Omvia and Mike Kawooya for any positive result.
Peter Onen’s charges will rely on Hannington Ssebwalunyo, Charles Ssebutinde and Yunus Sibira to seek revenge over Bbosa’s men as they also welcome back Willis Otong who missed out the last fixture.
This fixture comes too early for Deogracious Ojok and James Otim who were involved in an accident a day prior to their last fixture, Farouk Banga and Hamisi Tibita remain sidelined and Douglas Owori is not part of the team as he is out for trials.
Maximum points will move Tooro United to the 5th position on 36 points replacing BUL.
BUL FC can go to 38 points but not change position after maximum points.