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Police FC seek to continue resurgence against Kyetume FC

By Shafic Kiyaga
Police FC players celebrate one of their goals against Tooro United at the StarTimes Stadium, Lugogo || Courtesy photo

Police Football club will be beaming with confidence when they host Kyetume FC at the StarTimes Stadium, Lugogo in the lunchtime kick-off of the StarTimes Uganda Premier League on Friday.

The Cops condemned six time champions Express FC to 6-1 defeat, a one for the record hammering as the latter were on the receiving end of their heaviest defeat in history.

Derrick Kakooza who was making just his second start this season and pacey winger Pius Kaggwa grabbed first-half doubles each.

Ben Ocen scored in the 66th minute before Express defender Peter Mutebi turned into his own net.

The game comes less than 48 hours after both teams last played, with Kyetume also picking up a 1-1 draw way to Tooro United at the Mighty Arena on Wednesday.

Recovery will be very crucial for either team if they are to be at the levels required to go through 90 minutes on artificial turf in the midday heat.

“Recovery is very important, and now it is about replenishing the players’ energy levels,” Police FC head coach Abdallah Mubiru said after Wednesday’s game.

“They have had an ice birth now, they will rest today (Thursday) and then we shall have a slight stretching exercise on Friday morning before the game,” he added.

Police are the most inform side in the division, picking up four victories and a draw in their last five games. As they surged up the log from the relegation zone up to 11th.

They have also scored 10 goals in the last five games, conceding just four times and keeping two clean sheets.

Kyetume FC players refresh during a training session at the Mandela National Stadium, Namboole

However, they are not clear of relegation, as they sit just two points clear, but Mubiru admits that they need to continue picking up results as they fight for safety.

“We are in a position we do not want to be in, but not one we cannot fail to handle. When we finished the first round we were far off in terms of points.”

“If we are to be safe, we need to keep registering good results because they will give us momentum as we strive for safety,” Mubiru said ahead of the game.

Mubiru is not expected to make a lot of changes to the team that started against Express, but Johnson Odong or Herman Wasswa may be called to start ahead of youngster Kakooza who has played 180 minutes in four days.

Tony Kiwalaze was subbed off after picking up a knock against Express, but right-back Denis Rukundo may require a late fitness test after also missing out against the red eagles.

Ben Ocen is the league’s joint-top goalscorer with 11 goals || Courtesy photo

Yusuf Ssozi may still sit this one out with a knock, while Hood Kaweesa and Mubarak Nsubuga may still be out of the game.

Kyetume is yet to win a game in their last seven fixtures, and that includes big defeats to KCCA and Onduparaka; all coming away from home.

The slaughters have also lost their five consecutive away games, scoring just three goals and conceding 17 games in the process.

Jackson Mayanja will need to have his front men Cephas Kambuggu, Robert Ssentongo in top form if they are to register maximum points.

Ocen’s solo goal decided the previous and only league meeting between the two sides in October at the Mandela National Stadium.

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