SC Villa

The second round of the Azam Uganda Premier League kicked off over the weekend with 5 goals scored in 7 matches.
SC Villa failed to stretch the lead at the top of the table after they dropped points in a goalless draw with Maroons at home in Masaka.
Villa are now on 33 points, four ahead of their next opponents KCCA, who have a game in hand.
The Jogoos will travel to StarTimes stadium in Lugogo on Thursday afternoon.
Police and Mbarara City also played out a goalless draw, remaining on 25 points and the Western Uganda side to hang in 10th on 20.
Police face Kirinya Jinja SSS on Tuesday while Mbarara host Soana FC.
Daniel Sserunkuma scored his first goal for in the 1-0 victory over Soana at Kavumba on Saturday.
Vipers moved to third place on 29 points level with KCCA.
Kirinya edged Proline FC thanks to Fred Amaku’s first half goal.
Proline remain a place above relegation with 17 points from 16 matches, while Kirinya’s victory moved them three places up to seventh and now on 21 points.
Proline travel to Bombo to face the UPDF on Tuesday hoping to put their weekend woes behind them.
James Kasibante scored for Masavu while Fahad Bardiro got UPDF’s as both sides settled for a 1-1 draw.

Matchday 16 results:
Bul 1-0 URA
Soana 0-1 Vipers
SC Villa 0-0 Maroons
Police 0-0 Mbarara City
Proline 0-1 Kirinya
Onduparaka 0-0 Express
Masavu 1-1 UPDF

Matchday 17 fixtures:

13/02/2018
Vipers SC Vs Onduparaka FC
Express FC Vs BUL FC
Kirinya Jinja SSS Vs Police
UPDF FC Vs Proline FC
URA FC Vs Bright Stars
Mbarara City FC Vs Soana
Maroons Vs Masavu FC

15/02/2018
KCCA FC Vs SC Villa

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