Defending champions Uganda Christian University (UCU) Lady Cardinals host Kawempe Muslim in the round of 32 of the 3rd edition of FUFA Women Cup at their home ground in Mukono.
UCU custodian Ruth Aturo and midfielder Hassifa Nassuna will be facing a side that made them, for the first time, Aturo knows it won’t be easy.
“I know it is going to be a hard and aggressive game for both teams, it’s a knockout and anything can happen,” Aturo told www.football-256.com
“After the draws I was not surprised, why should I? We have played them in Independence Cup and won them on penalties and that means we have the guts. I have been waiting to play against them and this is the time”, added Aturo.
Inaugural winners Olila Girls host regional side Amuria High School at Olila grounds as the 2019 season kicks off from the round of 32, it’s the first time it’s happening since the first season in 2017.
- This is the first time UCU and Kawempe Moslem are meeting in in the competition
- Hassifa Nassuna and Ruth Aturo will be facing their former team for the first time since leaving in 2017
- Kawempe were knocked out at the quarter final stage by Muteesa and She corporate in 2017 and 2018respectively
- UCU has managed to play in the semi-finals of the last 2 editions managing to win it in 2018
- Kawempe has managed to score just three goals and conceded three in the last four games played in the second editions
- UCU is the highest scoring team in competition with 17 goals conceding just 4
- UCU won the second edition in 2018 without conceding a goal in four games
- UCU has never defeated Kawempe Muslim in a competitive game, losing the last two 4-0 and 4-1
- UCU’s Hassifa Nassuna scored four goals in the last meeting between the two sides in 2017 while playing for Kawempe
UCU vs Kawempe – Mukono
Rines vs Devine girls – Wakisha
Olila high school vs Amuria high school