KCCA FC hosts Moroccan side FUS Rabat in the return leg of the CAF Confederations Cup this Sunday, following the arrival of the team on Thursday morning.
Mike Mutebi’s side lost 3-0 to FUS Rabat in the first leg on Sunday June 2 away in Morocco but will look for a revenge to keep their Cup quarter final hopes back on track.
KCCA lost its previous match in Nigeria, with two early goals from Bernard Ovoke and Fredrick Obomate, putting the Rivers United side on the front foot. However, Geoffrey Serunkuma reduced the hosts’ goal tally on the stroke of half-time but his effort wasn’t enough to get a positive result.
Habib Kavuma was sent off for a second yellow card in the 89th minute which means he will miss the clash in Lugogo.
Midfielder Saddam Juma is back in the team because he was barred from playing against Rabat in Morocco pending CAF clearance and that dragged on until he was cleared on Wednesday, boosting the club’s confidence.
The Kasasiro boys will also look up to their goal machine and Player of the Season Geoffrey Sserunkuma with his partner Derrick Nsibambi help them as the team gears up to secure the three points at home.
KCCA FC remain bottom of group A on six points as same as the opponents with a goal difference of negative two. but a win will boost their chances of making it out of the group.
At the same time, Club Africain and the Nigerian club Rivers United will battle in Tunis who are in the same group.
CAF Confederation Cup
2nd July 2017,
KCCA (Uganda) Vs FUS Rabat (Morocco),
Phillip Omondi stadium, Lugogo – Kampala (4 p.m)