Vipers will stretch their lead at the top is they manage to overcome boggey side URA FC at Ndejje.
They leadership will be extended to 9 points with 6 games left on schedule following KCCA’s failure to beat Arua Hill at Lugogo last evening.
Vengeance is another agenda for Vipers after URA beat them in the first round at Kitende.
The match has been handed to referee Asadu Semere as the center official and he will be assisted by
Vipers are on a fine run of five back to back victories whereas their hosts are blowing hot and cold with two victories, two stalemates and one loss to BUL FC.
URA will build on the fine form of their attacking trident led by Steven Mukwala. Rwothomio Cromwell and Viane Sekajugo are the other threats.
Vipers have Yunus Sentamu to count on and so is Ceaser Manzoki.
HEAD TO HEAD
The two sides have met a total of 23 times with URA taking a lion’s share of 8 wins and 9 draws.
Vipers have been victors on 6 occasions.
Patrick Mboowa who is a doubt for this one is the only injury concern in URA’s camp.
Said Kyeyune and Hudu Mulukyi return from suspension after missing the previous game against BUL FC.
Vipers have no fresh injury concerns apart from long term absentees Paul Willa and Umar Kyebatala.