The Azam Uganda Premier league 2015/16 season is nearing the final bend with match day 28.
Six matches are lined up for Tuesday, 26th April 2016 at 6 venues.
At the Bombo Army military stadium, It will be the battle of the top placed side, KCCA taking on the the relegation bound Simba.
This match is envisaged as the survival for the fittest affair.
Simba currently lies 14th with 22 points picked from 26 games. Any mathematical chance for survival this term is to keep winning up to the climax of the season, meanwhile the closet challengers (The Saints, Maroons and SC Victoria University falter).
KCCA is 51 points aloft of the table from 25 points. Any slip up means advantage granted to the chasing pack of Vipers and Express.
The table leaders are fresh from the 1-0 triumph at the hands of Bright Stars in the Uganda Cup quarter finals.
Paul Mucureezi, the scorer against Bright Stars will be tasked to replicate the scoring form alongside Derrick Nsibambi, Ceasar Okhuti and Herman Wasswa against Simba’s goalie Robert Kalumba.
SC Villa returns once again to the league after the CAF Confederation cup expedition with a home duel against the hot and cold Lweza.
At the moment, SC Villa is not safe from the relegation politics as they lie 12th with 30 points from 19 games.
The Jogoos are still in shock having been eliminated out of the Uganda Cup by a second division side, Onduparaka that plays in the Elgon group of the FUFA Big league.
Nicholas Ssebwato who did not take physical action against Onduparaka will return to the goal posts relegating Ashadu Bugembe to the bench.
However, winger Mike Ndera who limped out of the game in the first half remains doubtful for the match.
Lweza, like SC Villa is also out of the Uganda Cup, having been ejected by yet another big league outfit, Entebbe F.C 9-8 in penalties after normal time had ended 2 all.
Sadolin Paints host Police at Bugembe stadium, Express plays The Saints at Wankulukuku and Soana entertains Maroons at the Kavumba recreational stadium.
A loss for Maroons will spell doom for the Prisons run side and a condemnation to the second tier league.
Maroons have fetched just 16 points from 26 games with four matches to the climax of the season.
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