It will be a battle of who takes the crown for the league’s worst team when Malaba Youth Development Association (MYDA) host fellow league debutants Kitara in Tororo.
MYDA however hold a slight edge after refusing to lose against Mbarara city and Wakiso Giants. Kitara’s only point todate was garnered from their stalemate with Kyetume.
The two sides are yet to win a game after matchday 11 of the Uganda Premier League.
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Kitara lost their most recent game 1-0 to Express Football Club whereas Salim Ahmed starred when MYDA shockingly held Wakiso Giants at Kabaka Kyabaggu stadium.
Erisa Madanda the assistant head coach of MYDA is expectant of a super positive result.
“Despite the problems we had ahead of our last game against Wakiso Giants, our players played their hearts out hence the result we managed.”
“We are building on that attitude and if we play on the same pace we shall be able to get off the mark with our first win of the season “.
MYDA will look to Isaac Osikol, Eric Mutebi and starman Ahmed Hussein Saleh for maximum points but will miss out the services of talisman Ibrahim Nsimbe due to an injury.
Kitara will put their trust in Edson Agondeza, Patrick Mugume, Maxwell Wechuie, Phillip Sempira, and Vicent Kasoki to inspire them to a maiden victory.
Bottom placed Kitara can replace MYDA in 15th position incase of maximum points while the home side will retain the same position in case of a positive result.