SC Villa will be desperate for maximum points when they host relegation threatened Mbarara City at the technical center, Njeru in an early kick off game on Tuesday 19th April 2022.
The Jogoos come into this game having lost two consecutive league games each coming against Express in Njeru and Onduparaka recently in Arua.
They are seated 12th with only 25 points from the 25 league games played are not yet safe from the danger area.
SC Villa need this game more than anything else so as to avoid dropping in the red zone with only 5 games left to come to an of the season.
On the other hand, Mbarara City also have the same goal of picking maximum points to keep their survival chances alive.
The Ankole Lions currently sit second from the bottom in the 15th position with only 22 points after 25 games.
They come into today’s game a more motivated team, having ended their long winless streak with a comfortable 3-0 win over Police at Kakyeka last week.
“With only 5 games to go, each game is now like a final”. Sadik Ssempijji’s said
SC Villa are currently in the 12th position with 25 points after 25 games.
They have picked two wins and drawn three in their last five league games.
Mbarara City are seated in the 15th position with 22 points after 25 league games.
They have drawn 2, lost two and picked only one win in their last five league games.
Goalkeeper Martin Ssenkooto and defender Kenneth Ssemakula still doubts.
Mbarara city FC
The visitors welcome back Jasper Aheebwa from suspension.
Bamba Sulaiman and Karim Ramathan are still out injured.
Matches on Tuesday 19th April 2022
SC Villa Vs Mbarara City- FUFA technical center Njeru, 2:00PM
Arua Hill Vs Busoga United – Barifa stadium, 4:00PM
UPDF FC Vs Tooro United – Bombo military barracks ground, 4:00PM