THE BIG MATCH PREVIEW: Leopards Seek Revenge vs Gaddafi
Having played two games away from home, Arua Hill Sports Club will be hoping for revenge when they host Gaddafi Football Club in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League Matchday24 assignment.
The match is scheduled to be played on Wednesday April 6 2022 at Barifa Stadium in Arua City
Mbabazi Livingston’s charges’ last outing saw them make a long trip to Ndejje to face URA FC on Wednesday in which they returned home with a point after playing to a goalles stalemate at Arena of Visions.
Gaddafi on the other hand travel to the next match after suffering a 3-1 home defeat to UPDF FC courtesy of goals from Ezekiel Katende, Kigozi Ambrose and Okello Donato. Brain Kalumba scored a consolation goal for Gaddafi FC.
Tournament’s Log Chart-Arua Hill vs Gadafi FC:
As per the current StarTimes Uganda Premier League log standings, the difference between the two is 11 points even though Gaddafi 8th on the log with 27 points can not leapfrog Arua Hill SC right away they will hope to reduce the deficit or maintain the current gap.
Meanwhile the Kongolo Boys who are currently sitting 5th with 38 points will do their part to widen the distance to their imminent opponent.
Current Form-Arua Hill SC vs Gaddafi FC:
The Leopards are in fine flow, they have not registered a single defeat from their previous 5 games as they banked home 9 points after registering 2 Wins and three Draws.
The Soldier Boys look poor on the road they have never recorded a single win in their last 5 games with the visitors suffering 2 Defeats and recording 3 draws thus bringing home 3 points.
This will be the fourth time the two teams will meet in history. The last time these two teams faced off against each other, Gaddafi picked up maximum points after beating Arua Hill 1-0 courtesy of a lone goal from Brain Kalumba. It was a match played at Gaddafi Barracks Stadium back in November 2021 in the reverse fixture.
The two sides met twice in the Startimes FUFA Big League last season and settled for two draws having played to a 2-2 draw at Barifa Stadium in the first leg and a goalless draw at Kyabazinga stadium in the return match.
- Referee: Bakasambe Rajab
- 1st Assistant: Gumisiriza Timothy
- 2nd Assistant: Happy Badru
- Forth Official: Katerega Ashraf
- Referee Assessor: Batte Denis.