Sam Ssimbwa Credit: John Batanudde

After losing top spot in the league over the weekend, URA shift attention to the Stanbic Uganda Cup round of 32 first leg clash at home against Mbarara City.

The three time Cup winners lost 3-1 to Express FC in the league over the weekend and will look to bounce back with a cup win at Ndejje before the return leg in less than a week.

Paul Mbowa who missed the trip to Wankulukuku is available for selection and could be reinstated at the heart of defence in the absence of injured Hudu Mulikyi.

Mbarara City will be buoyed by their recent result away to Wakiso Giants and have skipper Hilary Mukundane and defender Stephen Othieno back in the squad as their suspension only works in the league.

The two sides settled for a 1-1 stalemate when they clashed in the league at Kakyeeka.

In others on Tuesday, Proline take on MYDA, Mbale Heroes are away to Gadaffi, Kitara host Kigezi Home Boyz while Tooro United pay a visit to Kataka at Mbale.

Ten time Cup winners Express visit Kyetume in another all-top division clash.

Tuesday April 6, 2021 Fixtures 4pm

  • Proline Vs MYDA – MTN stadium, Lugogo 3.30pm Live on TV
  • Gadaffi Vs Mbale Heroes – Kyabazinga stadium, Bugembe
  • Kitara Vs Kigezi Home Boyz – Kavumba
  • Kyetume Vs Express FC – Fufa Technical Centre, Njeru
  • Kataka Vs Tooro United – Mbale Municipal stadium
  • URA Vs Mbarara City – Arena of Visions, Ndejje

Senior Staff writer at Kawowo Sports mainly covering football

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