Mathew Odong Credit: © Kawowo Sports | AISHA NAKATO
  • Tuesday December 4, 2018
  • URA Vs Tooro United – Namboole 4pm Live on Sanyuka TV
Mathew Odong and URA will seek redemption against Tooro United Credit: © Kawowo Sports | AISHA NAKATO

Four time champions URA host Tooro United with both eager to return to winning ways at Namboole on Tuesday.

The hosts come into the game on the back of five games on the trot without victory while Tooro United are now on a six match winless streak.

During the period, URA have scored just one goal but all their past five games have been draws.

For Tooro United, coached by national U-23 side Wasswa Bbosa, its three draws and as many losses in the last six.

“We can’t afford to drop any points,” said Sam Ssimbwa, URA coach. “It’s disappointing that we don’t score despite creating chances but we have to put this right,” he added.

Action from Tooro United versus SC Villa Credit: David Isabirye

Vitalis Tabu who has scored half of URA’s goals this season will be among the key players for Ssimbwa as well as Shafik Kagimu and Said Kyeyune who have missed penalties this season.

The visitors will hope Allan Kayiwa is in fine form to search for the much needed goals with Simon Sserunkuma, Willy Kavuma and Mahad Kakooza running the show in the middle.

URA are 9th on the log with 12 points while Tooro United are 12th with 6 points in eight matches.

The previous ten meetings between the two sides have witnessed 5 wins (3 for URA and 2 for Tooro United) while the rest have been draws.

Senior Staff writer at Kawowo Sports mainly covering football

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