WestNile DERBY: Onduparaka, Arua Hill Gear Up For Bragging Rights Showdown
WestNile is split into Green vs Red, Caterpillars 🐛vs 🐆 Leopards, Onduparaka FC and Arua Hill SC are gearing up for a history, bragging rights and the right to rule West Nile as the two teams meet for the second time in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League.
The right to brag and rule WestNile is at stake when the highly-anticipated mouth-watering clash takes center stage at Ababet GreenLight Stadium on Friday 06/05/2022. Kick-off is at 16hr00.
Ahead of Friday’s encounter the Caterpillars will be hoping to return to their winning ways after their six-game unbeaten run came to an end as they were beaten 2-0 by champions Vipers SC at Ababet GreenLight Stadium on Tuesday evening through goals from Ceasor Manzoki and Milton Karisa in the 34 and 52 minutes respectively.
On the other hand, the Leopards recorded their 12th win of the season after they rallied from behind to secure a 2-1 victory over relegation threatened Mbarara City at Barifa Stadium on Sunday evening when goals from Ivan Eyamu and Alfred Leku cancelled out Solomon Okwalinga 25th-minute opener.
Following their defeat to Venoms, Onduparaka currently sit in the 8th place in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League log standings with 34 points having won, drawn, and lost 9 games. Meanwhile the Kongolo Boys are in 5th place on the table on 46 points after banking home 12 wins, 10 draws and conceding 5 defeats in 27 matches.
As per the current situation, The tournament’s log chat show us that the two teams Onduparaka FC (34) and Arua Hill SC (46) are seperated on 12 points.
In the last meeting between the two teams, the Caterpillars and the Leopards returned home with a point each after they couldn’t be seperated as they settled to a goalless draw in a throbbing West Nile derby that produced quality display, performance and drama at Barifa Stadium on Tuesday, 26 October 2021.
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