The Azam Uganda Premier League returns on Tuesday, 21st April 2015 with four fixtures lined up.
The highlight of the four fixtures will be the game in Jinja between the two home sides, Sadolin Paints and Bul Football clubs.
When these two teams faced each other, the game ended 1 all with Sadolin Paints taking the lead through Andrew Basooma and Ivan Lubaale replying for BUL F.C with a diving header.
At the moment, Sadolin Paints lie 10th on the table with 28 points and BUL F.C is 5th (on 37 points).
In the other games, Lweza F.C kick starts the campaign against fighting relegation as they visit Sports Club Victoria University at the Nelson Mandela Stadium, Namboole.
This will be Victoria University’s second game in a space of two days after Sunday’s Uganda Cup quarter final 1-2 loss to Sports Club Villa.
Both sides are not safe from the relegation politics and mathematics.
SCVU has collected 28 points with Lweza having 22.
At the Bombo military stadium, Simba, coached by the newly appointed Uganda Cranes assistant coach, Moses Basena will entertain another club embedded in relegation threats – Entebbe.
Whereas Simba is ‘safer’ at 25 points, Entebbe is deeply worried having collected just 14 points off 22 games.
In the heart of Kampala at Nakivubo stadium, Rwenshama will be hosting Police F.C, a fixture that will be relied live on the fast growing 102.1 FUFA f.m.
Rwenshama coach, Charles Lukula Ayiekho anticipates a good game for his side as they start the fight against relegation.
AZAM UGANDA PREMIER LEAGUE:
Tuesday, 21st April 2015 Fixtures:
Sadolin Paints F.C Vs BUL F.C – Bugembe Stadium (Live on Azam T.V 1) – 4:00 p.m
Sports Club Victoria University Vs Lweza F.C – Nelson Mandela Stadium, Namboole – 4:30 p.m
Simba Sports Club Vs Entebbe F.C – Bombo Military Stadium – 4:30 p.m
Rwenshama Vs Police – Nakivubo Stadium – 4:30 p.m (Live on 102.1 FUFA f.m )