Tuesday, March 26
Tooro United Vs BUL FC, 4:30 PM
(Betway Muteesa II Stadium, Wankulukuku)
BUL FC will be targeting revenge against Tooro United when the two sides face off in Wankulukuku, the new home ground for Tooro who got evicted from Buhinga.
The Stadium in Fort portal is set to be renovated by the government. Tooro to host at Wankulukuku until the end of the season.
Allan Kayiwa’s goal was enough to give Tooro United maximum points against BUL FC in the reverse fixture in Njeru in October 2nd last year.
BUL FC Coach Peter Onen has said that his club will go out to pay back in a similar currency.
“We are in good shape like we last played against URA. The gear in which we are in is going to be unstoppable by the opponents we are going to face,” said Onen speaking ahead of the duel.
“Its going to be revenge for us because we lost 1-0 and our major plan is to see us recover that back. Its on a neutral ground and we stand better chances that we can overcome this game.”
“Its a game that we are going to approach with tactical proficiency to see that we win under all circumstances.”
Tooro United have no new injury worries and the coach has a fully fut squad at his disposal.
Hamis Tibita is sidelined and will get back in three weeks. Banga Farouk has started training, Jamaldine Kalenzi is still down with injury, Otim James and Deogracious Ojok who were involved in a motor accident on the eve of a URA match, still have bruises and expected to be back in weeks time.
Tooro United Target Maximum Points
“We expect a 50-50 game. We are not at home neither them. Our target is maximum points but it calls for hard work,” Tooro United Coach Wasswa Bbosa was speaking to Club media relations officer Nsereko Isa.
Tooro are in seventh place, three points below BUL FC in fifth with 36 points after 23 league games on a 16 team log.
Tooro have won once, against Police FC, in their last five league games and the side will look to make a statement with a victory.