Ahead of their Tuesday Premier League clash with URA F.C at Namboole, Sadolin Paints’ head coach Peter Kirumira says his side is all set for the challenge.
Kirumira’s side host URA at their new home ground looking to continue with their impressive record against the tax collectors that reads two victories, two draws and a solitary loss.
Kirumira said: “It’s a massive game for us. I know since they’ve got a new coach, the players will be well driven. They will want to impress the coach on his first day. When a team is in such a state, it’s never easy for you an opponent.
“They are obviously the bigger team, a team with history compared to us but they know we are a bogey side to them. We know they know that which is why we have to be prepared. Come Tuesday, we shall be ready for them.”
Since earning promotion to the Uganda Premier League in 2014, Sadolin have lost just once to the four-time league champions. That loss [4-0] came in 2015 in the Painters first season in top flight.
Last term in the league, they thumped URA 4-1 at Mehta Stadium and went unbeaten against the side following their barren draw in the second round.
They come into tomorrow’s encounter unbeaten in three having already edged their Tuesday opponents this season in the first round.