It will be a top of the table clash when Makerere University Business School host Kampala University on Wednesday at Nakawa in the Pepsi University Football League.
MUBS are on top of Group D with four points from two games and will be looking at maintaining that position, according to head coach Charles Ayiekoh.
“This season we are doing much better than last season and we simply need to maintain the momentum, we have been training hard and the players are better prepared for the games and are working harder,” Ayiekoh told www.football-256.com.
Kampala University are second on the table with two points and are yet to find their goalscoring touch this season, they are yet to score a goal this season.
The Ggaba based University coach Vincent Tumusiime claims that his side’s lack of goals should be a burden on the whole team, not just the strikers.
“Football has changed, in modern football, everyone can score and so the responsibility is on everyone, not just the strikers,” Tumusiime said.
“The whole team needs to attack in unison and when an opportunity comes whether you are a midfielder or defender you take the chance or assist,” he added.
A win for MUBS will help them maintain the group’s top spot with seven points while a win for Kampala University will see them surpass the former and take charge of the group summit with five points.
Both teams have won the competition twice and are looking making it a record three times this season but should first qualify and succeed in the knockout stages.
The other two in the group are Uganda Christian University (UCU) and International University of East Africa (IUEA) who are still struggling to make it out of the group.
UFL other fixtures
Thu 14th UCU vs IUEA
Fri 15th KIU vs Kumi
Sun 17th Kyambogo vs Busitema