Cranes players arrive at Maseru Airport in Lesotho
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Barely two days after earning a remarkable 3-0 win over Lesotho, the road to Cameroon 2019 for the African Cup of Nations continues as Uganda Cranes team touched down in Maseru to prepare for the return leg of the doubleheader.

On board were all the 24 players who made the final training camp including some members of the FUFA Executive, delegates, staff, media personnel, some fans and government officials.

A brace from Emmanuel Okwi and a penalty from Farouk Miya at the Mandela National Stadium helped Uganda reclaim the top spot of Group L with a 3-0 home victory over Lesotho on Saturday in the first leg.

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The Cranes have seven points from three matches. Cape Verde, who also beat Tanzania 3-0 in Praia are second with 4 points while Lesotho and Tanzania are both on 2 points.
The team will hold the last training on Monday 7pm at the Setsoto stadium, where the match will be played.

The match will be played on Tuesday, 16th October at 7pm Ugandan time.
Tanzania will host Cape Verde in the other group game fixture tomorrow at the Benjamin Mkapa National Stadium.

The travelling 24 players;
Goalkeepers: Denis Onyango, Jamal Salim, Charles Lukwago.
Outfield players: Murushid Juuko, Isaac Isinde, Timothy Awanyi, Denis Iguma, Nicholas Wadada, Godfrey Walusimbi, Isaac Muleme, Joseph Ochaya, Hassan Wasswa, Ibrahim Sadaam, Taddeo Lwanga, Moses Waisswa, Khalid Aucho, Allan Kateregga, Faruku Miya, Emma Okwi, Edris Lubega, Derrick Nsibambi, Milton Karisa, Allan Kyambadde and Patrick Kaddu