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URA look to maintain Super League lead

By Vision Reporter

Added 22nd October 2013 10:23 AM

HOSTING Entebbe, a team that is yet to win a match in eight outings, should provide URA with easier prey than the opposition Victoria University is likely to face in Proline

URA look to maintain Super League lead

HOSTING Entebbe, a team that is yet to win a match in eight outings, should provide URA with easier prey than the opposition Victoria University is likely to face in Proline

By James Bakama

FUFA Super League

Express v Kiira Young

Police v Soana

CRO v KCC

SC Villa v Bright Stars

SCVU v Proline

Simba v Masaka

Vipers v BUL

URA V Entebbe 

FOUR time champions URA have yet another chance of maintaining their league lead when they take on second from bottom Entebbe today.

Paul Nkata’s side is level at 18 points with SC Victoria but the tax collectors lead on a superior goal difference. 

Hosting Entebbe, a team that is yet to win a match in eight outings, should provide URA with easier prey than the opposition Victoria University is likely to face in Proline.

Vipers will be hosting Jinja side Bul FC in what has all the markings of being one of the day’s thrillers. 

Vipers, who boast of one of the best squads, are yet to show their full potential and therefore an encounter with Kefa Kisala could be that opportune moment to prove a point.

But in Bul FC Vipers faces an on form side. Bul FC are currently third. They got off to a shaky start but stabilized and have in the run up to today’s match secured four consecutive wins.

“We are enjoying a good run. We shall take on Vipers with same kind of  determination we had against Soana and Villa,” said Kiasala after his side battled from a goal down to beat Entebbe on Friday.

Reigning champions KCC also have an opportunity of keeping the leading pack in sight when they visit tailing CRO.

URA look to maintain Super League lead

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