Tenth placed BUL FC will be hoping to avoid relegation with a win
Tuesday's Azam Premier league '
Soana FC v BUL FC
Following their convincing 4-2 victory over their relegation rivals, Sadolin Paints FC last week, BUL FC stand interim coach Peter Onen has called on his players to aim for their first ever league win against their Soana FC on Tuesday.
Soana FC thrashed BUL FC 3-0 in the reverse fixture at Kakindu under Sam Ssimbwa but Onen feels that his side has to use the
advantage of the fact that his opponent's tactician Alex Isabirye is banned from the touchline .
"We know that their head coach, Isabirye is banned from the touchline, so we must use this opportunity to try and get a result.
We won here against Police FC last month and why not against Soana FC if we are to have the maximum points for safety," said Onen.
Creative midfielders David Bagoole, Fred Agandu, Shaka Ssozi and leading striker Villa Orum Chan are likely to continue leading the
line like they did in their 4-2 demolition of Sadolin Paints FC.
Tenth placed BUL FC will be hoping to avoid relegation with a win as seventh placed Soana FC will be playing for pride.