“We don’t expect an easy game," says Kyambogo's coach.
PEPSI UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL LEAGUE
University of Kisubi v Kyambogo (Friday)
Kampala University vs Busitema (Saturday)
Mbarara University v Kabale (Sunday)
Bishop Stuart v MUBS (Monday)
Former champions Kyambogo University have a chance to close in on leaders Kabale University when they travel to Entebbe to face University of Kisubi (UNIK) for match day three of Group A.
Kyambogo, who lifted the trophy in 2018, have three points from two games. They beat Mbarara University of Science & Technology (MUST) after openingwith defeat against Kabale.
Against UNIK, they will need nothing short of victory if they are to keep up their hopes of finishing at the top of the log.
"Although we lost our first game we managed to recover and win our second game and I am confident we shall continue with this and win our next game against University of Kisubi," said coach Deo Sserwadda.
"We don't expect an easy game.
"University of Kisubi have got good players and they will be playing from home but I am confident that the boys will do all that it takes to win because they know what is at stake," he added.
Debutants Kisubi have yet to win game. They were beaten by MUST and Kabale.
"The boys have been playing well but unfortunately we have been losing, although with each game we keep on improving," said their manager Edward Mugyenyi.
"But it's only a matter of time before we win and I expect we shall do so against Kyambogo."
"The boys are ready and have been training hard. Although we shall be without our coach, Allan Kabonge, who is serving suspension for his red card at Mbarara I am confident we shall get a good result."