BUL football club head coach, Kefa Kisala is under pressure to produce a positive home performance when league debutants, Lweza visit Kakindu stadium on Tuesday.
8th placed Bul F.C (with 10 points) hosts Lweza F.C currently 10th (9 points) on the Uganda Premier league log.
Both sides have played 7 games apiece with pressure boiling up for either sides.
Whereas BUL F.C’s ambition is for fight for at least a top place finish with the trophy as the final reward, Lweza targets to intensify the fight against relegation.
Versatile defender George Kayondo is expected to sit out of Tuesday’s match Lweza because of ankle injury he sustained in training prior to Entebbe game last Friday.
a club communique released by Joseph Mutaka says.
Kefa Kisala 2
A pensive Kefa Kisala addresses the media shortly after the goal-less draw at Nakivubo last week.
William Otongo, who stretchered off the Entebbe game, veteran striker Yusuf Kinene, Salim Wekiya and Tito Okello are all however back in contention.
With the assured home support at Kakindu stadium, Bul F.C has proved a tricky subject to face with the last home loss stretching as far back as 182 days when Tonny Odur (now at Zambian club, Nkana red devils) won the day for KCC.
In the match against Bul F.C, Lweza is expected to name a formidable attacking line up comprising of dribbling ace Yunus Luwagga, Michael Sserumaga, Fred Kalanzi and Francis Ssembatya.
Lweza’s backline marshaled by Ayub Kisalita, Julius Mutyaba, Farouq Musisi and team skipper, Ibrahim Kiyemba will have to keep alert against the home side’s potential attack-line.
For the home team, the form for the club’s all time leading scorer and team skipper, Patrick ‘Crespo’ Asiku’ is worryingly alarming.
This will most likely prompt the technical team to seek other means with young guns in Milton Kalisa, Ivan Lubale, Joshua Masene and the veteran Yusuf Kinene expected to offer quick answers at the deepening goal crisis.
Lweza Football club head coach, Villai Bainomugisha is as worried as Kefa Kisla at BUL F.C.
Lweza is a good side with good players too, they’ll want to try to punish us here at our soil so we must be ready to hustle them for a victory.
Bul F.C head coach Kefa Kisala remarks ahead of the fixture.
His opposite number at Lweza F.C, Villai Baianomugisha is eager to cause an upset having lost the last game at home to Uganda Revenue Authority F.C.
We are avoiding a second consecutive loss, otherwise, it will put us in critical situation
UPL Week 8:
Tues, 4th November 2014:
Bul F.C Vs Lweza F.C
At Kakindu Stadium

David Isabirye is a senior staff writer for Kawowo Sports where he covers most of the major events.

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