BUL are in tenth position on 30 points, four points above the drop zone
BUL will be eager to exact revenge against Maroons when the two teams meet in Tuesday's top flight clash at Kakindu Stadium.
BUL head coach Kefa Kisala has urged his players to pick up all three points at home.
"Find the back of the net this season has been difficult and that has seen us sit near the drop zone. Maroons beat us 1-0 in the first leg but we must put up resistance and fight for three points," Kisala said.
"We have two tight away games against KCCA and SC Villa who are all title challengers and that puts us in a must win situation against Maroons. We simply need to play this one like a final," he added.
BUL captain Hakim Magombe echoed his manager's remarks saying: "We must win against Maroons in any way possible."
BUL are in tenth position on 30 points, four points above the drop zone with only four matches left to end the season.