Uganda Revenue Authority coach Paul Nkata says he does not believe the tax collectors will enjoy home advantage when they clash in the FUFA Super League this Tuesday in Mukono.
Coach Nkata’s side, who have been unimpressive in the last one month, have steadily but surely recovered to find their touch. “It doesn’t matter whether you play home or away,” Nkata told Red Pepper Online edition on Tuesday morning in a phone chat.
“It just depends on the way you have prepared for the game and all I want from the game is maximum points.”
“They (KCCA) are defending champions and will definitely play their A-game today.”
Tension is high on both Nkata and KCCA tactician George Nsimbe’s camps with both coaches on pressure to produce results or face the axe.
This will be the two sides first meeting in any competition since the season begun.
A win today will take them two points ahead of defending champions KCCA who have 24 points in fifth place.
Meanwhile, troubled SC Villa whose best players Emma Okwi and Geoffrey Walusimbi have 2013 CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup which starts in Nairobi, Kenya on Wednesday will be up against third place Kiira Young at Nakivubo.
In Jinja District, home side BUL FC fresh from a win over Express last week will entertain Proline FC.