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Big League: Kitara Seek To Maintain Lead

Thursday, April 26
*Jinja North United Vs NEC FC, Kyabazinga stadium
*Lugazi FC Vs Kyetume FC, Lugazi Stadium
*Booma FC Vs Kataka FC, Masindi stadium
*Adjumani TC FC Vs Ndejje University FC, Paridi Stadium
*Soroti City FC Vs Mbarara City, Soroti municipal stadium
*Luweero United Vs Kitara FC, Luweero grounds

Saturday 28th April
*Northern Gateway FC Vs Calvary FC, The gate Stadium

Sunday 30th April
*Kaaro Karungi Vs Police FC, St. George Arena


Kitara will hope to complete a double over relegation threatened Luweero to keep their promotion charge alive in the FUFA Big League.

Luweero United succumbed to a 4-0 away defeat at Kitara in the reverse fixture at Kigaaya playground.

Sam Simbwa’s coached side will hope to stretch their lead at the summit with just four matches to the end of the season.

The Visitors are two points above second placed NEC, three and four better than third placed Mbarara City and Police FC in fourth respectively.

After 26 matches, Kitara FC sit top of the log with 51 points having registered thirteen wins, nine draws and three defeats.

The Royals have found the back of the net 50 times, more than any other team and shipped in just 19 times.

Coming into this game, Kitara FC scored a late winner to overcome Kyetume 2-1 at Nakisunga Saza Ground.

But the home fans stormed the field and the Match ended prematurely, however the FUFA Competitions Disciplinary Panel ruled in favour of Kitara FC and they were awarded all the points.

For Luweero United, they will aim to bounce back after a narrow 1-0 away defeat to promotion hopefuls Mbarara City at Kakyeka Stadium.

The Kosovo boys needs to pull up their shocks if they are avoid going down.

They have won just once in that last five matches losing four.

Despite being at home, they need to be at their best inorder to dispatch the leaders.

Luweero United occupies the last slot of the red zone in the 13th position with 28 points after 26 matches.

They have managed eight wins, four draws and 15 defeats after scoring 27 goals and conceding 41 times.

However, a win will get them out of the relegation zone if those above them drop points.

They are just two points below 12th placed Kataka on 30 points.

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