SC Villa Returns To League Action Against Relegation Threatened Kyetume F.C Tomorrow In Bombo.
In the first round fixture played in Njeru, Villa came out on top courtesy of Salim’s fine solitary strike. The win over Kyetume was also Villa’s first away clean sheet and win of this season.
Having drawn against Police in midweek, Kaziba’s boys return to action in a bid to collect more points and continue the surge up the league table.
Villa is currently 9th on the log with 33 points from 25 games.
Tomorrow’s game against Kyetume is also Head Coach Kaziba’s 50th League game in charge of the Jogoos. Kaziba will look forward to avoiding a scare like he hard in his first game in charge last season against the same opponent.
Kyetume shocked URA F.C on matchday 25, beating them 1-0. In their bid to play top-flight football next season, Kyetume is not an opponent to take lightly.
Kyetume is yet to win on the road this season. They have conceded at least one goal in all away games they have played this season.
Kyetume is currently 14th on the table with 23 points.
League Form: WDDLD.
Andrew Kiwanuka, Moses Kiggundu and Goffin Oyirwoth continue to suffer injuries.
Gavin is still out because of a suspension.
Benson Muhindo continues light training on his road to full recovery.
“We are well aware of the threat Kyetume poses tomorrow. We will not undermine them because of their position on the league table.
“We have put in extra work to ensure that this the game in we bounce back to winning ways.
“From the previous game, Ssenkooto had a good outing. Together with my technical team, we are evaluating whether to continue him in goal tomorrow.”
Kyetume 0-1SC Villa
Goal by: Abdallah Salim.
Due to the strict COVID-19 pandemic standard operating procedures, only 200 fans will be allowed into the stadium.