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Bright Stars attempt to stage a sensational comeback against Police FC

Express FC will have to be wary of U20 star Derrick Kakooza ( Photo: Bata Images)

If there is any team capable of overturning a 4-1 goal deficit in Uganda today, it’s got to be Soltilo Bright Stars.

Prior to their unfortunate humbling by Police FC in the first leg of the round of 16, the most in form team in the league had won 5 games out of the previous 6.

They scored 13 goals in those six matches averaging at least 2.1 goals per game.

Police on the other hand have shipped 8 goals in their 5 games while playing away from Lugogo.

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In today’s meeting, the 2019 finalists need to scorer 3 unanswered goals to progress thanks to their one goal scored away from home.

They will hope that starman Samuel Kayongo Sekamatte can replicate the form exhibited in the month of April that saw him score 8 goals.

Samuel Sekamatte will have to be at his lethal best if Bright Stars are to upset Police FC

The team news:

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First and second choice goals keepers Godwin Buule and Bensin Wagima are still out injured, whereas defender Samuel Sekitto was operated on his knee las week. He may have played his final game this season.

The match has also come too early for key midfielder Jamil Kisitu Jamil who has been out for a month now nursing a joint injury.

For Police FC, gangly striker Henry Kisekka makes a return from injury but Joseph Sentume and Johnson Odongo are ruled out through injury.

Experienced defender Denis Rukundo has been rested to recharge his batteries for the trip to Wankulukuku.

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