The national second division league (FUFA Big League) returns to the frey with five matches lined up on Thursday, 28th April 2016.
Key on the agenda of the matches at stake will be the obvious battle to save self from relegation and many other clubs shall be engaged in action face as they merely play for pride and fair play.
A case in point is Lira United’s match away to Ndejje University in Luweero.
Whereas Ndejje University has virtually secured a play-off slot, Lira is still entangled in the fight against relegation.
CRO plays Bukedea Town Council at Bukedea primary school playground. Like Lira United, CRO requires all the maximum points to play it safe from relegation mathematics.
In some of the Rwenzori group games, Masavu who are based in Entebbe at Kitubulu playground entertains Kireka United at the Katabi Gombolola playground.
Fresh from Monday’s 3 all draw at Citizens in Mbarara, Masavu has already secured a play-off slot alongside Kirinya Jinja S.S and the runaway leaders, Proline who just need three points to be promoted to the Azam Uganda Premier League.
Kampala side, Hope Doves is away to Sun City at the Nyakasanga play ground in Kasese District.
After Thursday’s games, the FUFA Big league will get a one day break before resuming on Saturday with three games.
Three teams from the FUFA Big league replace those relegated from the Azam Uganda Premier League.
– Boma Young V Bukedea TC FC – Booma ground-Hoima
– Busia Fisheries V CRO FC – Busia Inter.Pri. School
– Ndejje Univ FC V Lira United – Ndejje- luwero
– Masavu FC V Kireka United – Katabi-Entebbe
– Sun City FC v Hope Doves Nyakasanga – Kasese