Big League: Kitara Seek to close in on Promotion

Thursday 4th May
Kitara FC vs Soroti City, Kigaaya Primary School Playground

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Ndejje University vs Kaaro Karungi, Arena of Visions

Police FC vs Northern Gateway, Kavumba Recreation Ground

Calvary FC vs Booma FC, Midigo ground

Kataka FC vs Jinja North United, Mbale Stadium

NEC vs Lugazi FC, Bugolobi Coffee Ground

Kitara FC will face relegation threatened Soroti City at Kigaaya playground as they seek to close in on the FUFA Big League promotion on match-day 28.

With three games to the season climax, Kitara FC won’t take any game for granted as they avoid to slip at the very end of what proved to be a scorching campaign.

Against Struggling Soroti City, The Royals will fancy their chances to stretch the lead at the summit of the log.

Currently they are on 52 points in 27 matches, just a point below second placed Mbarara City and third placed NEC FC who are all on 51 points.

After a defeat at Kaaro Karungi, Police FC are now five points shy of Kitara and this gave the hoima based side and other promotion chasing teams a breather.

And Kitara can seal promotion with a win if Police fail to beat Northen Gateway!

They have won fourteen games, ten draws and three defeats having scored league high fifty goals and shipped in nineteen with the best goal difference of 31.

Sam Simbwa coached side will bank on their home records as they are unbeaten at Kigaaya in their last six matches with just two draws and four wins.

Kitara FC will seek to bounce back after coming from behind to play a one-all draw with Luweero United at Luweero Ground Courtesy of Paul Mucureezi leveller to cancel out Musa Mugerwa’s goal.

They will target maximum points against Soroti City after a one all draw in the reverse fixture.

For Soroti City, they will hope to cause upset to the hosts inorder to keep alive their survival chances.

But they will have to pull up their socks and be more clinical infront of the box.

However, they will be wary of their poor records on the road.

They have lost all their last six matches away from home.

Soroti City are 14th on the log with 27 points after 27 matches having registered eight wins, three draws and 16 defeats.

They are two points below Luweero United who occupies the last red zone and three adrift 12 placed Kataka FC.

They have scored 24 goals and conceeded 44 times and are left with -20 goal difference.

Ahead of this match, Soroti City succumbed to a 1-0 defeat to Promotion hopefuls Mbarara City.

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