Sunday 23rd April
Wakiso Giants vs Onduparaka 2PM, Kabaka Kyabaggu Stadium
KCCA vs SC Villa 4PM, MTN Phillip Omondi Stadium
Wakiso Giants will be without Shariph Kimbowa due to Yellow Cards accumulation.
Paul Willa, Apollo Kagogwe and Mikidad Ssenyonga will also miss out.
Titus Ssematimba and Goalkeeper Samson Kiirya may return.
For Onduparaka Bida Ezra is out with injury while Goalkeeper Norman Angufindru is also ruled out due to family issues.
Wakiso Giants: Bashir Ssekagya (GK), Ronald Madoi, George Kaddu, Ambrose Arinda, Grant Matsiko, Lawrence Bukenya, Hassan Ssenyonjo, Rahmat Ssenfuka, Moses Aliro, Norman Ogik, Marvin Mukiibi.
Onduparaka: Okello Anthony (GK), John Rogers, Okocha Rashid, Bernard Ndifuna, Hood Kakooza, Rashid Yakin, Gama William, Malish Mandela, Davis Mayanja, Okech Emmanuel, Ojara Dennis.
Preview: Struggling Wakiso Giants seek to revive our relegation threatened Onduparaka
Wakiso Giants will hope to pick their first win of the second half of the campaign as they welcome Onduparaka at the Kabaka Kyabaggu Stadium in the Startimes Uganda Premier League lunch time kickoff.
The Purple Sharks are on a run of poor form this year that sees them winless in eight appearances.
They have lost six of the eight and have collected just two points this year.
Against Onduparaka, they will anticipate a tricky encounter considering that the caterpillars have a better form despite being bottom.
John Luyinda charges will target their first win at home since 28th March after a 3-2 triumph over Express.
They are winless in their last six home games losing their five and a draw.
Ahead of this game, Wakiso Giants played out a goalless draw with Gadaffi FC at the Kakindu stadium to put an end to their five games losing streak.
For Onduparaka, they will hope to get their season on track as they fight against slim chances of survival.
Things are not working out for the caterpillars as it stands they are destined for drop.
They have lost their last Two games to Busoga United and Bright Stars as their quest for survival continue hitting a stumbling block.
Onduparaka now have nothing to lose so they must approach every game like a final.
In the second round however, they have turned their fortunes compared to the first.
They have won two of the seven games this year with five defeats.
Onduparaka succumbed to a 1-0 home defeat against Bright Stars at the Ababet Greenlight Stadium prior to this game.
In the reverse fixture, they played out a goalless draw at the Ababet Greenlight Stadium.
Wakiso Giants are 9th on the log with 27 points after 22 matches. 7W, 6D, 9L
They have scored 24 goals and conceeded 25 times.
The Purple Sharks have lost four of their last five games, drawing the other one.
Onduparaka sits bottom in the 15th position with 13 points after 21 matches. 3W, 6D, 12L.
They have managed 15 goals and allowed 29 against them.
The caterpillars have registered two wins and three defeats in their last five games.
Head to Head
Wakiso Giants ?-? Onduparaka
Onduparaka 0-0 Wakiso Giants
Wakiso Giants 1-2 Onduparaka
Onduparaka 1-1 Wakiso Giants
Wakiso Giants 2-0 Onduparaka
Onduparaka 1-1 Wakiso Giants
Wakiso Giants 1-0 Onduparaka
Onduparaka 1-0 Wakiso Giants.