Three days after completing a league double against Kyetume, Kaziba’s team returns to action tomorrow in Kitende.
After eliminating Onduparaka, the Jogoos return to Cup action tomorrow away to Vipers at the St. Mary’s Stadium Kitende in the first leg of the Quarter-Final.
Villa has only conceded one goal in 4 Cup matches played this season and have scored a notable four from 4 different scorers.
After losing both league ties against Vipers in the league, Villa comes into this tie looking forward to a win.
Gavin is available for selection for the first time since the league tie against the same opposition.
Andrew Kiwanuka, Goffin Oyirwoth continue to suffer injuries.
Abdallah Salim continues to suffer from illness.
Benson Muhindo continues light training on his road to full recovery.
“We have prepared very well for tomorrow’s must-win game. It is a must-win because we have lost on both occasions to Vipers in the league. We can not afford to lose the third game on the bounce to Vipers.
“Uganda Cup is our only chance to silverware this season. We are not taking it lightly.
“Starting this tie away from home is an opportunity for us to first collect an away advantage.”
Due to the strict COVID-19 pandemic standard operating procedures, away fans will not be allowed into the stadium.
Henceforth for all our fans, watch the game live on UBC TV starting at 3:30 pm.