Friday 29th November 2019
KCCA FC vs SC VILLA| 4 pm (EAT) | Startimes Uganda Premier League,
Startimes Stadium, Lugogo
KCCA FC hosts old rivals SC Villa in a crunch derby in the Startimes Uganda Premier League at Startimes Stadium, Lugogo.
KCCA FC returns home after that disappointing midweek result against Mbarara City and will be hoping to pick maximum points to keep the search for the fourteenth league title alive.
The defending Champions lie fourth on the log with 26 points from thirteen games while Villa has 27 points from 14 games played this term thus a point separating both teams.
The defending Champions have scored 24 goals and conceded 14 times in the thirteen games played so far this season.
The visitors have scored 21 times and conceded eight times in fourteen games played so far.
Coach Mike Mutebi’s charges will be boosted by the return of Allan Okello, Mustafa Kizza, and an old boy of Villa Nicholas Kasozi who has recovered in time to face his former side. The trio missed the previous game due to fatigue, injury, and sickness respectively.
Simon Serunkuma and Erisa Sekisambu are other former Villa players who could feature in the game.
Teenage forward Sam Ssenyonjo is likely to lead KCCA’s line after his impressive form that has seen him score two goals in two games.
Jackson Nunda, Peter Magambo, Jurua Hassan, Sadam Juma, and Sadat Anaku are ruled out due to injury.
- KCCA FC has played seven games at home and has won 5, drawn twice and lost none.
- KCCA FC has scored 24 goals this term. 16 of those goals have come at home.
- SC Villa has played 7 games away, won 4, drawn twice and lost once this term.
- KCCA FC has an average of 2.29 goals scored per home match and an average of 0.86 goals conceded per home match.
- SC Villa has an average 1.29 goals scored per away match and an average of 0.43 goals conceded per away match.
In the pre-match presser, Manager Mike Mutebi had this to say;
This is a traditional rivalry and one of the biggest if not the biggest in the country. We expect them to come hungry at us and it is upon us to try to make it difficult for them to play here. We have Okello, Kizza and Kasozi back and that is a big boost for the squad ahead of such a huge game.
I am happy for Sam Ssenyonjo who has taken his chance and used it well. He has scored two goals in two games. I will keep my faith in him and a few more youngsters like Kafumbe, AnakuMike Mutebi on the league game against SC Villa