Tuesday, April 18
•Gaddafi Vs Wakiso Giants, Kakindu (2pm)
•Express Vs Busoga United, Wankulukuku – 4 pm
•Blacks Power Vs Maroons, Lira – 4 pm
- Three players are sidelined for Blacks Power; Joel Male, Ali Mukiibi and Ahmed Amayo
- Dickens Okwir is now full recovered from Malaria and expected to start
- Maroons will be without Belmos Opio (Ankle) and David Ndihabwe (Toe)
- First choice goalkeeper Simon Tamale is back after missing Vipers game due to Suspension
Blacks Power – Tonny Kyamera, Ivan Okello, John Paul Acire, Opio Misaaki, Ivan Nambafu, Jackson Wabuleta, Michael Siwu, Robert Eseru, Vitalis Tabu, Dickens Okwir, Franco Onen
Maroons – Simon Tamale, Patrick Bayiga, Jacob Okao, Felix Okot, Ronald Orombi, Ceaser Olega, Abel Eturude, Frederick Kigozi, Fred Amaku, Solomon Walusimbi, Abraham Tusubira
Blacks Power In Relegation Dog Fight
Blacks Power will hope to pick maximum points when they face Maroons in a league game at Akii-bua Stadium in Lira.
The hosts sit second from the bottom with 16 points, six adrift of safety.
And with seven games to go, Blacks Power are well aware that they must play each game like a final.
They come into this fixture on the back of a 2-0 loss against Vipers, but their last home game was a draw with KCCA.
It promises to be a tight game especially that the Visitors are yet to drop a game this year.
Maroons have won three and drawn as many in the league in this second round!
And that includes seven points out of a possible nine on the road – beating Busoga United and Wakiso Giants and a 1-1 draw against KCCA at Lugogo.
Blacks Power won the reverse fixture 3-1 at Luzira; Dickens Okwi, Mike Siwu and Simon Otto scored for the visitors while Solomon Walusimbi got Maroons consolation.