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FUFA Big League: NEC, Kyetume seek resuscitation as Kitara, Mbarara City aim to keep ascendency

FUFA Big League

Matchday Six

  • Jinja North United FC vs Adjumani Town Council FC – Kyabazinga Stadium|2PM Live on FUFA Tv
  • Lugazi FC vs Soroti FC – Lugazi Stadium| 4PM
  • NEC FC vs Luweero United FC – Bugolobi Coffee Ground|4PM Live on FUFA Tv
  • Kyetume FC vs Northern Gateway FC – Nakisunga Ground |4PM
  • Calvary FC vs Mbarara City FC – Midigo Primary School Ground |4PM
  • Police FC vs Ndejje University FC – Kavumba Recreation Ground |4PM

Friday, 18th November 2022

  • Booma FC vs Kaaro Karungi – Masindi Stadium | 2PM Live on FUFA Tv
  • Kataka FC vs Kitara FC – FUFA Technical Centre, Njeru 4PM Live on FUFA Tv

Sunday, 20th November 2022

  • Kyetume FC vs Adjumani Town Council FC – Nakisunga Ground

Matchday Six of the FUFA Big League will see teams aiming for different ambitions. Whereas a few have had a good start to the season, some are struggling to find consistency and find the right footing.

Six fixtures are lined up this Thursday across different grounds but the biggest game of the matchday pack will be a Western derby between Booma Fc and Kaaro Karungi, coming the following day.

Kyetume FC have had a torrid start to the season, picking just one win in the four games played so far. The main target for coach David Mutono will be to arrest this poor run that see them in the drop zone.

The Slaughters take on Northern Gateway FC this Thursday before facing Adjumani Town Council three days later at the same ground and the ultimate target to garner all six points.

NEC FC had a perfect start to the season but suffered defeat at the hands of Kitara FC in their last outing and the focus is on making quick amends as they host Luweero United FC in Bugolobi.

Mbarabra City and Kitara who are still unbeaten and have set the pace at the top. The duo will hope to maintain their glide with games on the road. Leaders Kitara with 13 points visit Kataka on Friday while Mbarara City who are two points below will have a chance to go top of the log a day before if they can secure maximum points at Calvary FC.

Elswehere, Jinja North United take on Adjumani, Lugazi host Soroti while Police will be at home against Ndejje University.

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