By James Bakama, Shafik Ssenoga and Bruno Mugooda
FUFA Super League (4.30pm)
KCCA v Viper (Lugogo)
Police v SC Villa (Kavumba)
Kira v SCVU (Namboole)
Masaka v BUL (Masaka)
CRO v Express (Mbale)
HE has scored in all KCCA’s last three matches.
And Herman Wasswa still warns that not even giants Vipers will halt that form in today’s top of the table clash at Lugogo.
Wasswa, who now has eight goals to his credit, has promised to strike again against Edward Golola’s side in what he describes as payback time.
KCCA lost to Vipers 2-1 in the first round.
“It is Vipers’ moment to also taste defeat. I’ll do my best to ensure that I score again,” a confident Wasswa promised.
The match will have a bearing on which team eventually emerges champion.
KCCA, who have seven matches to go, currently lead at 46 points, one more than URA, Vipers and SCVU in one of the tightest Super League title races ever.
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