Augustine-NsumbaUganda Revenue Authority FC will this afternoon have the chance to go top of the log for two days if they manage to register a win over Police FC in one of the FUFA Super League ties on the card.

Victory for coach Paul Nkata’s URA will see them go ahead of SC Vipers with a better goal difference. Back-to-form Frank Kalanda, who missed the 2014 Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) because of poor form, and Feni Ali are expected to lead URA’s goal hunt at the Nakivubo Stadium.

“We do not underrate any team and will take this game against Police very seriously. We need to make sure we take our chances because we create so many scoring opportunities,” Nkata told reporters.

Police, who have won the regional Cecafa Kagame Club Championship title before, are currently placed ninth behind SC Villa.

The second game on the card will see fourth-placed Kiira Young battle Entebbe FC. Richard Kasagga, the Kiira Young skipper and Cranes player, told that they are determined to bag maximum points. Action in the league will return on Friday.

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