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Bul and URA immediate former coaches Alex Isabirye and Kefa Kisala will be facing their previous teams for the second time this season on Tuesday afternoon at Kakindu.
Before Isabirye arrived at Bul at the start of the season, he was coach at URA, who guided them to fourth with 53 points last season.
They finished one slot ahead of his current employers, Bul, who ended with 43 points.
The first leg ended 2-1 in Lugazi extending URA’s unbeaten run over the self-proclaimed Eastern giants to nine, in which only four have been draws.
History, though, does not favour Bul. But with Isabirye returning from a sick leave, he is optimistic of changing the trend.
“We should not go into history pages because even tomorrow (Tuesday), we can write one,” a relaxed Isabirye told the league website after Monday’s training session.
“Recently Bul beat Express and Vipers both at home and away for the first time. All I know is that my boys are very ready,” he added
Kisala’s assistant Livingstone Mbabazi has warned the hosts insisting the mistakes in the 2-1 loss at the hands of Soana have been rectified.
“We lost the match in Kavumba last Friday though we played very well. However we have tried to correct our mistakes and I believe we will get the three points from Bul to keep our pursuit for this year’s title live,” he told his club’s website.
Mbabazi’s wishes for a title can only stay alive with a win on Tuesday and hope KCCA, who lead the log, falter in their remaining games.
Bul sit ninth with 35 points, four below URA, who are fourth on the 16-team log.