BUL FC and Onduparaka FC have settled for draws in their recent three league encounters with the last season ending into a 2-2.
PIC: BUL FC is determined to win Onduparaka FC during the Tuesday match
JINJA - BUL FC 's impressive 1-0 late win against URA FC despite going down 2-0 at lowly Express FC , has given coach Kefa Kisala hope that his team can bag three points against Onduparaka FC in Arua in Tuesday's clash at Green Light Stadium.
Both teams have settled for draws in their recent three league encounters with the last season ending into a 2-2.
The Kakindu-based side had earlier on piped URA FC 1-0 in the opening match of the second round fixture, thus warning its rivals about their question of intent to move into a respectable league position .
"We went off the boil at Express FC in a result we did not expect, but this time, we must put up a spirited performance against Onduparaka that has proved so difficult to play at their territory. We know how difficult they are but we must try to fight for a win in order to move into the safe zones in the league," Kisala Kisala.
Tenth placed BUL FC will, however, rely on the services of new striker Douglas Awori's pace alongside trickery Hamis Tibita and Richard Wandyaka, but their back-line of Musa Walangalira, William Otong, Faisal Muledhu, Yusuf Mukisa and utility right back Fred Agandu will have to up their game against a deadly pacy and trickery Onduparaka FC striker force led by Ceaser Okhuti.
BUL FC has 21 points in tenth position .