DATE: Tuesday December 01
GAME: KCCA FC Vs BUL FC
VENUE: MTN Omondi Stadium
BUL Football Club will be aiming to return to winning ways during Wednesday’s Uganda Premier League clash with KCCA FC at MTN Omondi.
The Eastern Giants were held to a one all stalemate by Gaddafi last time out, with Richard Ayiko scoring late in the game to snatch a point off the soldier boys.
Alex Isabirye’s men are now unbeaten in their last five outings and they have continued to produce the goods on the road with their last trip yielding a 2-1 victory over SC Villa.
They enter this fixture in second place with 14 points, five behind their Wednesday hosts
However, KCCA, who occupy the top spot on the table, are still unbeaten this season.
This will be the 18th meeting between the two sides
Youngsters Martin Aprem and Reagan Kalyowa will be absent for tomorrow’s game. Wing back Fredson Gwoto and center back – Aggrey Madoi will also not feature. Longterm absentees – Ambrose Kirya and Hamis Tibita remain out of contention, but the defence is in good shape following the return of Douglas Muganga.
What they said
Team manager – Alex Isabirye:
“People will enjoy the game though it won’t be easy. KCCA FC is one of the most organised teams in the country and they have a set of good coaches. However, my players are eager to play and we expect to win tomorrow’s game.”
Captain George Kasonko:
“We need three points tomorrow and we shall fight for them. We are well prepared and we know the club’s mission, fans should expect victory.”
Heat to Head
P17 W4 D5 L8
Last four encounters
April 4, 2021
KCCA FC 3-0 BUL FC
Februry 12, 2021
BUL FC 2-1 KCCA FC
October 8, 2019
BUL FC 3-0 KCCA FC
February 13, 2021
KCCA FC 2-0 BUL FC
Last time we met
April 2, 2021
The Eastern Giants fell to KCCA FC 3-0 at Lugogo.
Goals from Filbert Obenchan, Charles Lwanga and Julius Poloto sealed KCCA FC’s win
Obenchan gave the hosts the lead at the stroke of halftime after he noded home a Bright Anukani free kick past Abdul Kimera.
Lwanga doubled their lead immediately after the interval and then Poloto put the game beyond our reach with a third goal for the Kasasiro Boys.
BUL’s best chances fell to Robert Mukongotya and Simon Peter Oketch in the first half but they couldn’t find the net.
Last time out
November 28, 2021
BUL Football Club played to a one all draw against Gaddafi FC at Kyabazinga Stadium on Sunday.
Alex Kitata put the visitors in the lead in the 57th minute but Richard Ayiko cut their joy short with a wonderful late strike to earn the Eastern Giants a point that pushed them to second place with 14 points.
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