Sam Simbwa to face another test in NEC FC: FUFA Big League.
NEC FC vs Kitara Fc.
Tactician Sam Simbwa after recording his first victory as Kirara Fc head coach beating Lugazi Fc will face yet another test when his side visit NEC FC on matchday 20 of the FUFA Big League.
The match will be played at Bugolobi coffee ground on Thursday 9th of March, 4:00pm.
Coming to this top of the table clash three clubs are level at 37 points after 19 matches. Kitara Fc is on top with a better goal difference while NEC FC and Police Fc come 2nd and 3rd respectively.
Eleven goals separate Kitara Fc and NEC FC ahead of their meeting in Bugolobi.
Sam Simbwa’s Kitara Fc come to this fixture on the back of a 1-0 home win against Lugazi Fc thanks to defender Kasaija David’s second half header.
NEC FC settled for a one all draw away to Mbarara City Fc in their recent game.
The reverse fixture in first round ended Kirara Fc beating 10-man NEC FC 2-0, goals by Agondeze Edson and Kasaija David.
Kitara Fc has won one and drawn three from the four matches in second round. Their recent game on the road was a one all draw with Jinja North United Fc.
NEC FC has won two, drawn one ane lost one from the three since the start of second round.
The team were 1-0 victors against 10-man Ndejje University Fc in their last fixture at their home base.
It should noted that since the start of this campaign Kitara Fc main problem has been playing away from home. They have one win which they registered against Lugazi Fc 3-0 on matchday 4.
After the departure of their top scorer Patrick Henry Kaddu (15 goals) to Gor Mahia Fc in Kenya in January, their new arrivals in Ssenkaba George, Godfrey Lwesibawa and Paul Mucureezi have not yet lived to expectations.
Ssenkaba who returned to the club for the second time as a direct replacement of Kaddu has scored one goal from three league matches.
As Kitara fc are struggling on the road, their opponents NEC FC is unbeaten at their home base Bugolobi coffee grounds collected 21 points from the possible 27 in 9 games. Won 7, drawn 2 scored 17 let in only two in the process and winning three in the row.
NE FC Captain Kavuma Marvin is the man to watch, he is the club leading scorer with nine goals and three in the four in second round.
Should the two settle for a draw it will give a chance to Police Fc who visit Kyetume Fc to go top if they pick maximum points at Nakisunga ssaza ground.