BUL FC has never registered four straight league wins in any given topflight football league season
Friday's league match: Maroons FC v BUL FC
After their impressive good run of three wins following their 2-0 victory over Soana FC, BUL FC's head coach Kefa Kisala has rallied his side to aim for the fourth straight win of the season in Friday's visit at Maroons FC.
Despite their inconsistent travels that has seen them record one away draw during their 1-1 against neighbours Kirinya Jinja SS, the Kakindu-based club recently registered a hard fought 1-0 win at Police FC recently in Namboole Stadium.
Kisala now feels that his team's rich vein of form recently has equipped the squad with mental strength at the right time of the season.
''Confidence levels are high in the squad and after three 1-0 wins and one 2-0 victory, I feel the team has that mental strength to hang onto a lead. We now need to be a little clinical and try to score more because my defence is good. I can now feel that we have the capacity to go for three points. My target was to get 30 points in first round, but I can settle for 21 points before the second round,'' said Kisala.
BUL FC has never registered four straight league wins in any given topflight football league season.
BUL FC lies 10th on 18 points.