Action between Police and Wakiso Giants at the MTN Omondi Stadium, Lugogo. The game ended goal-less Credit: John Batanudde

Wednesday April 28, 2021 Fixtures, 4pm

  • Wakiso Giants vs Police – Kabaka Kyabaggu stadium

Wakiso Giants must beat Police FC at Wakissha on Wednesday to brighten their chances of staying up in the division for at least another campaign.

The Purple Sharks are having a season to forget and are only one point above the drop zone with ten matches to play.

Police’s Ruben Kimera in action against Wakiso Giants at Lugogo. Credit: John Batanudde

At home against the Cops, they come up against a side enjoying fine form at the moment and one they have never beaten in the past three league meetings.

Police have won their previous four of five games in all competitions scoring over 20 goals including six in the most recent outing against strugglers MYDA.

On the other hand, Giants lost 3-2 to Kyetume to hand the Slaughters a life line in their survival quest and put the Purple Sharks back in the fight for life.

Zaga against Wakiso Giants in the reverse fixture Credit: John Batanudde

Muwadda Mawejje and Duncan Sseninde will face their former employers eager to prove a point on their return to Wakiso but its Ben Ocen, Frank Tumwesigye Zaga and Brian Mayanja Muruli that the hosts must be wary of the most.

Ivan Bogere celebrates a goal for Wakiso Giants Credit: Wakiso Giants Media

Coach Douglas Bamweyana’s charges will hope Ivan Bogere maintains his scoring touch that has scored four goals in his last five outings as well as Viane Ssekajugo who returned with a goal from suspension over the weekend.

The reverse fixture ended in a goalless draw on match day one at the MTN Omondi stadium, Lugogo.

Senior Staff writer at Kawowo Sports mainly covering football

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