Thursday, December 2
*Kataka FC Vs Maroons FC – Mbale Municipal Stadium
*Blacks Power VS Ndejje University FC – Akibua Memorial Stadium
*Luweero Utd Vs Proline FC – Kosovo Ground
*Kyetume FC Vs Calvary FC – Nakisunga Saaza Ground
*Kitara FC Vs Nyamityobora FC – Masindi Stadium
Kyetume FC will be hoping to extend their impressive start into the new FUFA Big League season when they play host to Calvary FC at Nakisunga Ssaza Ground in Mukono.
Kyetume are top of the log with seven points after three games – They have won two (Luwero United & MYDA) and drawn once (Kitara).
Ezra Kaye Kizito scored the only goal as Kyetume picked maximum points against MYDA FC in Tororo on Sunday.
The big win, off the back of a 1-1 draw against Kitara, came against a side that was demoted from Premier League, just like Kyetume, last season against a strong contender for top flight promotion.
“It was one of the most vital wins and above all we were away after unexpected result home against Kitara, the win was statement of hope and proof of achieving the intended goal,”Kyetume FC coach David Mutono Katono.
“We had a good game plan, we knew how to attack them, how to punish them, we kept the intensity of the game high. having worked with my Senior Coach Ayeko before, I knew how to get points from him. And we played our way.”
With such an incredible start into what promises to be a tight season, Mutono is hoping to keep the fire ablaze.
He revealed the season plans:
“Our target is to keep winning every game ahead of us, every win is so crucial for our success the rest will follow.
“It was our first clean sheet in three games, we are looking forward for more clean sheets, we are scoring at least a goal per game so we are less worried about scoring however the forwards need to be more clinical because we create many chances.”
Goalkeeper Jamil Malyamungu has found a safe haven at Kyetume after he left KCCA FC.
Dan Birikwalira’s return after a season stint at Arua Hill that has been a welcoming sign and the captain has put up outstanding shows.
Baker Buyala will need to convert his chances having looked a shadow of himself since the season started so far despite scoring in their league opener.
Against Calvary FC, they face a side that is hard to break but seated second from the bottom on the 11-team log.
Calvary have two points from three games – A loss against Ndejje University and two goalless draws against Blacks Power and Maroons.