Matchday 19 provides us with a chance to bounce back to winning ways. SC Villa host URA F.C at Bombo Military Barracks Grounds tomorrow at 4 pm.
There is little time to rest as the Jogoos entertain second place URA F.C three days after losing away to KCCA. This game provides us with a big opportunity to return to winning ways after collecting just one point from the two derbies from the previous two matchdays.
URA are second on the Uganda Premier League log with 42 points, four places above SC Villa. The Tax Collectors come into this game on the back of a 3-1 home win against BUL F.C.
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Right-back Fred Agandu will not feature in this game after he received his third yellow card of the season against KCCA F.C.
Andrew Kiwanuka remains sidelined because of the injury he sustained against Express.
Abdallah Salim is also out due to a foot injury.
Benson Muhindo continues his rehabilitation.
“We lost the first round to URA and we are also going into tomorrow’s game after losing to KCCA so tomorrow we can not afford to lose two games consecutively.
“Even though we have had less recovery time as compared to URA, we will not use it as an excuse for failing to get results tomorrow. We have prepared for this game very well.
“In addition to Kiwanuka, we will not be with Agandu who got a third yellow card and Salim who is injured. The rest of my squad is in great shape and ready to collect the 3 points tomorrow.”
URA 2-1 SC Villa
Goal By: Derrick Ndahiro.
SC Villa 1-1 URA 01/11/2019
SC Villa 0-0 URA 30/10/2018
SC Villa 3-0 URA 28/02/2018
SC Villa 1-0 URA 19/05/2017
SC Villa 1-1 URA 28/08/2015
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