Thursday 2nd March
*Police FC vs Calvary FC 2PM, Kavumba Recreation Ground
*Adjumani TC vs Northern Gateway, Paridi Playground
*Luweero United vs Jinja North United, Luweero Ground
*Kitara FC vs Lugazi FC, Kigaaya Primary School Playground
*Mbarara City vs NEC, Kakyeka Stadium
*Kaaro Karungi vs Kyetume, st George’s Arena, Ibanda
Police FC will fancy their chances at home as they eye FUFA Big League top spot when they welcome Calvary in an early kick at Kavumba.
Angelo Lonyesi charges will hope to pick maximum points whichh will move the side to 37 points.
It’s the battle of the fourth and fifth placed teams who are separated by seven points.
A win will put Police FC on the summit as they await results from NEC, Mbarara City and Kitara FC who will play later in the day.
Considering that second placed Mbarara City host Leaders NEC, this presents Police FC with the perfect opportunity enter the promotion mix.
Police FC, relegated to Big League last season, are just two points shy of leaders NEC FC (36) and just a point below Mbarara City who are level with Kitara.
They have registered nine wins, seven draws and two defeats with 19 goals scored and 10 scored.
Coming into this game, Police FC played out a goalless draw with Kataka at Mbale Municipal Stadium.
For Calvary FC, they will hope to cause an upset to Police FC at home.
The Horizons wish to reduce the gap in their race to promotion.
Dudu Bosco’s charges are not far from qualification places as they are separated by just seven points from Kitara FC who occupies the third spot on 34 points.
The Yumbe based side is 5th in the standing with 27 points after 18 games.
In the reverse fixture, they played out a one all draw at Midigo Ground in Yumbe.
They will go all out to avoid consecutive defeats after a 3-1 away defeat to Kyetume at Nakisunga Saza Ground in their last outing.
They have managed 25 goals and conceded 27 with -2 goal difference.