KCCA's Saddam Juma in action

KCCA FC today host Bright Stars at the StarTimes Stadium in Lugogo with the Kasasiro Boys having a chance to go top of the table if they pick up the three points.

The reigning Azam Uganda Premier League champions are 4th with 9 points from five games and hope to maintain their unbeaten run this season after their first away win, a 3-1 victory at BUL over the weekend.

Midfielder Saddam Juma returns from a long-term injury and ready to make his first start for KCCA this season to boost confidence and add creativity in Mike Mutebi’s side.

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Kirinya Jinja SS host on-form Proline FC in Jinja who have won their last two consecutive games, scoring five without conceding.

Kirinya are fifth on the league table with eight points and could ascend to the top or at least the second spot depending on other results if they win today while Proline are 7th with seven points from the 5 games played.

URA play BUL at Namboole stadium with both clubs tied on 5 points. BUL FC are set to bounce back after their 3-1 loss to KCCA over the weekend.

Richard Wandyaka, an old boy at URA will be key for the visitors as well as midfielders Yunus Sibira and Abdu Mayanja in the middle of the pack for BUL.

Police FC still top the Azam Uganda Premier League table with 10 points from 5 games, tied with Vipers and Onduparaka but lead on goal difference.



Kirinya Jinja SSS Vs Proline Bugembe Stadium, Jinja 4:00pm

KCCA FC Vs Bright Stars FC StarTimes Stadium, Lugogo 4:30pm

URA FC Vs BUL FC, Namboole stadium 4:30pm