ARUA HILL vs BUL FC PREVIEW: KONGOLO BOYS SEEK REVENGE AGAINST BUL FC
Arua Hill Sports Club host BUL Football Club in their StarTimes Uganda Premier League assignment on Wednesday afternoon hoping to revenge against the Jinja based entity.
The Leopards have a bad memory of this reverse fixture. They were klapped 4-0 by BUL FC at Kyabazinga Stadium in December coutersy of a brace from Musa Esenu and goals from Ibrahim Nsimbe and Ibrahim Kazindula.
The Kongolo Boys will meet BUL FC again at Barifa Stadium in Arua tomorrow (3:00pm).
Arua Hill SC will be banking on their perfect home run to stun the visitors. They have collected 5 wins, 2 draws and a single defeat out of 8 of their home games this season and will head into this particular encounter on the back of a disappointing 3-1 thrashing to Vipers SC over the weekend.
BUL FC meanwhile have registered 3 wins, 2 draws and 2 defeats out of 8 of their away games this campaign and head into this clash on a back of a 2-0 win against Wakiso Gaints at Kyabazinga Stadium.
Leopards assistant coach Ssenabulya Tonny Kintu says its a game that is giving them a push ahead of top 4. “This game is important to us since we’re at home. It is giving us a push ahead of top 4 unlike that we had lost away but it’s pushing us to our own goal and ambition.”
“BUL beating us 4-0 but this time around we have prepared the boys mentally and physically plus tactically as the three aspects of the game. This time we are prepared not to have the humiliations again.”
Meanwhile BUL FC coach Kasule Richard says they’re here to compete. “We’re here to compete against Arua Hill putting in mind that they lost against Vipers. Though we also lost at the same margin of goals but we are here to compete.”
“I think and believe we shall have a good show but putting in mind that they are at home anything can happen but I believe in the team.
Arua Hill SC will continue to miss Innocent Maduka while Alfred Leku and Bright Vuni have been ruled out due to accumulated yellow cards.
For BUL FC they have traveled without the injured duo of Jerome Kirya and Hillary Onek.
On the log table, the Jinja-based outfit occupy the fourth spot with 29 points from 17 league matches, one point behind sixth placed Arua Hill SC.