Sports Club Villa Visits Police Tomorrow At 4 pm In A Matchday 25 Fixture.
A few days after being outclassed by Vipers, Kaziba’s boys return to league action away to 6th placed Police tomorrow at the Omondi Stadium in Lugogo.
Having lost two consecutive league games for the first time this season, the Jogoos will look to put an end to an unpleasant run in this tricky fixture.
In the reverse fixture played in early March, Villa went into the lead twice but could not hold onto the lead. Both sides shared the full-time spoils in a 2-all draw.
From the previous five visits to Police, this fixture has ended in 4 draws and 1 win for Villa which came in 2016.
Andrew Kiwanuka, Muhammed Ssenoga, Moses Kiggundu and Goffin Oyirwoth continue to suffer injuries.
Geofrey Wasswa returns from a suspension but centre back partner Gavin Kizito is suspended having been sent off against Vipers.
Although he made the bench in the loss against Vipers, Nicholas Kabonge faces a late fitness test to make tomorrow’s team sheet so will Ronald Ssekiganda.
Benson Muhindo continues has resumed light training as he continues his road to full recovery.
“Without a doubt, we are having a bad run of games currently. Our biggest challenge is we have a lot of injuries currently.
“The good news is, players like Ssekiganda and Kabonge are recovering very well and might make it to the matchday squad for tomorrow’s encounter.
“We will head to Lugogo with a competitive side which can come out with all the three points.”
“The goal remains the same: THREE POINTS.”
SC Villa 2-2 Police 06/03/2021
Police 2-2 SC Villa 03/02/2021
Police 2-2 SC Villa 08/01/2019
Police 1-1 SC Villa 16/09/2017
Police 0-0 SC Villa 19/08/2016
Police 0-1 SC Villa 17/05/2016
Due to the strict COVID-19 pandemic standard operating procedures, away fans will not be allowed into the stadium.