Ahead of their clash with Sadolin Paints, SC Victoria University tactician Molly Byekwaso is a worried man due to his side’s lethargic attack.
The University side host the Jinja based side at Mandela National stadium, Namboole seated 10th on the log with 14 points but having only netted six times in 13 fixtures.
“It’s something we work on everyday in training but chances continue to be fluffed on match days,” said Byekwaso. “It’s worrying because we create so many chances but fail to put them away.”
Against Bright Stars, Byekwaso started defender Savio Kabugo as a centre forward and on a number of occasions played Agele Bernard in that position too.
“We have tried everything but goals still remain scarce,” Byekwaso asserted.
The hosts will miss the services of skipper Martin Mpuuga who was sent off against Bright Stars with Bernard Agele expected to deputize.
Farouk Kawooya looked decent when he started against Bright Stars scoring the only goal for his side and is expected to partner David Ndihabwe upfront with Muzamir Mutyaba, Yasser Mugerwa and Muwadda Mawejje.
For the visitors who sit a place above their opponents on 17 points, Umar Ngobi will be tasked to lead the hunt for goals.
SCVU vs Sadolin Paints
• Only two fixtures involving SCVU have seen 3 or more goals.
• SCVU is the second lowest scoring side in the league with 6 goals. Only Entebbe FC with 3 has less
• SCVU have won once in the last five games. Drawing 2 and losing 2
• Sadolin have won 3 of their last five fixtures with 2 coming away from home.
• Like SCVU, only two of their 13 fixtures have had 3 or more goals.