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Preview: Police visit Bright Stars hoping for more of the same

By Shafic Kiyaga

Police FC were rampant in their last StarTimes Uganda Premier League encounter against Tooro United, with the cops running out 4-0 victors at the StarTimes Stadium, Lugogo.

The result flattered to deceive as they could have had more than the four goals they scored. It was that dominant for them over Tooro who provided so little resistance.

Crisp, slick passing and continuous movement on the ball coupled with untiring and intensive pressing off the ball was the norm of Police’s performance.

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The game can easily pass as Police’s best performance of the season, but they have produced even better up to this moment. Their short coming has been majorly in the failure to grind out results when they have been the better side.

Against Champions KCCA, they twice blew away the lead as they lost 3-2, while URA head coach Sam Ssimbwa acknowledged that his side were mere pedestrians against Abdallah Mubiru’s men; but still Police lost 1-0.

Mubiru will hope his side can produce the same caliber of performance when they visit Bright Stars FC tomorrow at the Bombo Barracks in their lunchtime kick-off game.

Bright Stars on their side will also not be mere push overs, as they believe this is the caliber of fixture they can easily pick up maximum points from.

They have produced some good performances this season, but they have failed to find similar levels of consistence more often.

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Head coach Muhamad Kisekka was given the task of ensuring a change in style of the club, there has been a few positive changes to pick up to this point, but results ultimately matter. Especially in games like this.

Both sides are etched in the relegation dog fight. Bright Stars lie 14th on the log with 10 points from 14 games, while Police are 15th with eight points, but they have played a game less.

Ben Ocen seemed to have filled the boots of last season’s top scorer Juma Balinya well as he has thrived in front of goal; scoring seven goals this season.

The supporting cast of Samson Kigozi, Pius Kaggwa, Johnson Odong and Hood Kaweesa have also done their bit quite well.

Samuel Kayongo missed the game against Tooro through suspension, but makes a return for this one. The cops are also buoyed by the return to fitness of Shakur Makeera who might play in the place of Yusuf Ssozi who carried a knock against Tooro.

Fahad Kizito and Youngster Musa Matovu looked impressive against Tooro, and could pose serious questions for Bright Stars’ backline.

Brian Kayanja was tipped to take over the scoring mantle from Nelson Senkatuka, but he has struggled to find his footing this season, failing to find the back of the net so far.

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Joseph Janjali has looked a potent goal scorer grabbing three goals thus far, but he needs to score with more consistence if he is to guide the team clear of relegation.

Augustine Kacancu has also chipped in with a couple of goals from midfield, but he is also yet to hit the heights of last season, and has struggled with injuries.

Four of the last five league meetings between the two have ended in stalemates, with three of those coming via goalless draws. Police have won the other fixture.

You have to go as far back as 2016 for the last time Bright Stars registered a victory over Police, Bright stars registering a 3-0 victory.

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