Three days after a 0-1 win 988.8km away to Onduparaka in the first leg of the Round Of 16 of the Stanbic Uganda Cup, the Jogoos return to action tomorrow for the second leg of this tie.
Kaziba fielded a youthful side in the first leg of the Round Of 16 in Arua with six changes to the team that drew with BUL in the league.
In the first leg, youngster Faizo Kazibwe came off the bench to score the game’s lone goal, which gave Villa a one-goal advantage coming into the second leg.
Andrew Kiwanuka, Moses Kiggundu and Ronald Ssekiganda continue to miss out due to injuries.
Sadam Maseraka continues to recover from illness.
Benson Muhindo continues his rehabilitation.
“We will build from our away goal advantage. It was good we went to Arua and won the first leg.
“We did not suffer any fresh injuries from the first leg. We continue to miss Kiwanuka, Kiggundu, Ssekiganda and Masereka but I am confident the rest of my team will complete the task.
Saidi Keni, Meddie Kibirige.
Fred Agandu, Joseph Nsubuga, Derrick Ndahiro, Gavin Kizito, Geofrey Wasswa, Asuman Harisheh.
Amir Kakomo, Goffin Oyirwoth, Nicholas Kabonge, Mohammedi Nsereko, Abdallah Ssekandi
Isaac Ogwang, Ronald Olaki, Abdallah Salim, Faiza Muwawu, Faizo Kazibwe, Derrick Ssekiranda.
Due to the strict COVID-19 pandemic standard operating procedures, only 200 of the registered Club members will be allowed into the stadium.
Henceforth for all those not making it to the stadium tomorrow: watch the game live on UBC TV starting at 4 pm.