SC Villa's Ambrose Kirya celebrates his goal against URA last season Credit: © Kawowo Sports | JOHN BATANUDDE
  • Friday May 19, 2017
  • SC Villa Vs URA – Masaka Recreation Ground @ 4.30pm
[/media-credit] SC Villa’s Ambrose Kirya celebrates his goal against URA at Lugazi. Credit: © Kawowo Sports | JOHN BATANUDDE

Although it appears as though there is nothing to fight for, SC Villa and URA coaches Wasswa Bbosa and Ibrahim Kirya respectively think otherwise.

The two managers face off in their respective league ending matches at Masaka Recreation Ground and either has set targets on picking maximum points to end the season on a high.

“There is still to fight for,” said Bbosa. “Like any other games, we want maximum points from this as well to end the season with victory,” he added.

Second on the log with 55 points, the record league winners can’t move position regardless of results elsewhere but Bbosa says they want to increase their tally.

“Finishing second is good but also finishing with many points makes more sense.

For Kirya and URA who sit fourth on the log, the match provides an opportunity for a third place finish if Vipers falters but the gaffer also wants to use it as litmus ahead of the Libyan tour.

“It’s a tough game as a good side,” he said. “But we are ready as it gives us chance to finish 3rd with a win but it will also act as a warm up before we fly to Libya,” he added.

There are no new injury worries from either camp thus Bbosa has hinted at playing the same team that won 1-0 against Vipers on Tuesday.

The hosts will look to Martin Kizza, Umar Kasumba and Godfrey Lwesibawa for inspiration whilst URA will have eyes on Bokota Labama Kamana, Shafik Kagimu and former SC Villa midfielder Feni Ali Moses for inspiration.

The reverse fixtures ended in 2-all stalemate at Mehta Grounds, Lugazi.

Senior Staff writer at Kawowo Sports mainly covering football

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