ACC v Wanderers
Tornado v Tornado B
African cc are determined to cash in on their winning streak and lift the Champions Trophy for the first time ever.
All the top four teams â€“ ACC, Tornado, Wanderers and Tornado B are in contention for the final spot that will have the winner pocket sh1m.
â€œItâ€™s nice to be playing in the Champions Trophy. We look forward to the challenge and back ourselves to win,â€ said ACC captain Lawrence Sematimba ahead of their clash with Wanderers at Lugogo tomorrow.
On paper, ACC have an edge over their opponents. They stunned defending champions Tornado in the league decider two weeks ago, before lifting the Luswata Cup a week later. They were unbeaten in the league for their maiden triumph.
ACC is backed by the all-round performance of Kenneth Kamyuka, Junior Kwebiiha, Ronald Ssemanda, Patrick Ochan and Kenyan import Francis Otieno.
Wanderers will depend on their top batsmen Richard Lwamafa, Hamza Saleh, Dennis Mutalya and Jimmy Okello.
Top spin bowler and captain Davis Arinaitwe alongside Jonathan Ssebbanja will have to utilise a wicket that promises to be bowler-friendly, if they are to upset ACC.
At Kyambogo, it will also be revenge time for Tornado who have of late been humiliated by their sister side Tornado B.
The fallen league champions have exhibited a poor show in their last two outings despite a near full composition of national team stars.
Benjamin Musoke, Frank Nsubuga, Joel Olweny, Keith Legesi and Baig Akbar will be on test once again infront of the Kibuuka Musokeâ€™s boys.
Battle for Castle sh1m cash starts