URA FC Vs Police: Team News, Probable Lineups, Preview and Stats

Match-day 8

Tuesday, November 30
*Onduparaka Vs Express – Arua
*Tooro United Vs UPDF – Buhinga
*URA FC Vs Police – Ndejje
*Wakiso Giants Vs Bright Stars – Wakissha
*Busoga United Vs Arua Hill – Njeru
*Mbarara City Vs SC Villa – Kakyeka

Wednesday, December 1
*Gaddafi Vs Vipers – Gaddafi Arena
*KCCA FC Vs BUL FC – Lugogo

Team News

  • URA FC left back Derrick Ndahiro remains a doubt after missing the previous games against Vipers and Tooro United
  • Goalkeeper Alionzi Nafian and Jackson Nunda are long term absentees.
  • For Police FC, Coach Abdallah Mubiru continues to serve his ban after he was sent off against Onduparaka and Assistant coach John Muyinda will deputise
  • Defender Hassan Mahmood is a doubt while Yusuf Ssozi is out due to red card suspension

Probable Lineups

URA FC – Hannington ssebwalunyo, Ashraf Mandela, Arafat Galiwango, Hudu Mulikyi, Patrick Mbowa, Saidi Kyeyune, Shafic Kagimu, Joachim Ojera, Moses Sseruyidde, Steven Mukwala, Cromwell Rwothomio

Police FC – Thomas Ikara, Joseph Sentume, Tonny Mawejje, Ruben Kimera, Diego Ssemugera, Eric Ssenjobe, Juma Balinya, Duncan Sseninde, Tonny Kiwalazi, Mubarak Nsubuga, Johnson Odongo

URA FC Out to Compound Police Misery

URA FC will be going for maximum points when they host struggling Police FC at the Arena of Visions in Ndejje.

The Tax Collectors come into the game on the back of a sweet 2-0 away to Vipers at Kitende and the side will be hoping to build on such a result.

They return to the venue where they beat Tooro United 6-1 and will be hoping to exorcise those demons against a similarly troubled side.

Police picked their first point of the season after a goalless draw with Mbarara City, a result that snapped their six-game losing streak.

A win at URA FC will be a big ask for a side that has only scored just two goals but they will be hoping to create an upset.

Last season, URA FC beat Police home and away including a 3-1 win at Ndejje where Steven Mukwala, Joackim Ojera and Cromwell Rwothomio were on target for a then Sam Ssimbwa side while Fahad Kizito scored a consolation for the Cops.

Head to Head

*URA FC 3-1 Police
*Police 0-2 URA FC

*URA FC 1-2 Police
*Police 0-1 URA FC

*Police 0-2 URA FC
*URA FC 0-0 Police

*URA FC 2-0 Police
*Police 2-1 URA FC

*Police 1-3 URA FC
*URA FC 0-0 Police

*URA FC 2-0 Police
*Police 1-1 URA FC

*URA FC 2-1 Police
*Police 1-2 URA FC

*Police 1-1 URA
*URA FC 2-1 Police

*URA FC 0-1 Police
*Police 0-0 URA FC

*URA 1-1 Police
*Police 0-2 URA



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