Thursday 2nd November
•NEC FC Vs Mbarara City – Bugolobi (2pm)
•Kyetume Vs Kaaro Karungi – Nakisunga
•Northern Gateway Vs Adjumani TC – The gate stadium
•Kataka Vs Ndejje University – Njeru
•Calvary Vs Police FC – Migido playgrounds
Friday, November 4
•Lugazi Vs Kitara – Lugazi (2pm)
•Jinja North Vs Luweero United – Kyabazinga stadium
Saturday, November 5
•Booma FC Vs Soroti City – Masindi
Ndejje University will hope to register their first win of the season when they travel to Kataka in a FUFA Big League game.
Ndejje University have lost two of their three matches this season, with the losses coming against newcomers Lugazi FC and NEC.
Their only point was a goalless draw with Jinja North United at Bombo Barracks Ground in the opener.
Raymond Komakech’s side is under intense pressure following their poor start to the season.
Coming into this game, Ndejje University succumbed to a 2-1 home loss to NEC at Bombo Barracks Ground.
Nsubuga Samuel gave the hosts the lead from the spot before Derrick Ssekiranda and Stephen Nayinga’s last minute winner inspired NEC to victory.
Ndejje University are 15th with 1 point after 3 matches and will be hoping to pick maximum points.
For Kataka, they will seek to build on their winning streak having won their last two games since a defeat in the opener by Police FC.
The Mbale-based side will host three of their five matches at FUFA Technical Centre Njeru after being penalised by FUFA for hooliganism.
They started the season with a balance of two points and as many goals but they have already paid their debt after two wins against Calvary FC and Kyetume.
In their previous game, Kataka were 3-1 winners over Kyetume at FUFA Technical Centre in Njeru courtesy of Jonathan Agoucha, an own goal from Charles Musoke while Latif Ssenkubuge was also on target.
Kataka are 6th on the log with 4 points after 3 games having registered two wins and a lose.