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SC Villa fail to secure venue as Premier league clubs shift base

SC Villa interim chairman William Nkemba speaks to the media

Uganda premier league

Tuesday, 4pm

Vipers SC vs Wakiso Giants, Kitende (Live on Sanyuka TV)

Police vs URA, Njeru (4:30pm)

Kyetume vs Busoga United, Bombo (4pm)

Onduparaka vs BUL, Arua (4pm)

Express vs Maroons, Njeru (1pm)


Mbarara City vs Bright Stars, Kakyeka

SC Villa vs Tooro United, (Un confirmed venue)

Tuesday’s StarTimes Uganda premier league programme has seen abrupt change of venues.

In the headlining match day fixture, unbeaten table leaders Vipers SC that come off a daunting 1-0 away win at Busoga United host struggling Wakiso Giants who parted ways with head coach Kefa Kisala after a 3-0 painfull home loss to six-time champions Express FC on Saturday.

Meanwhile, eighth placed Kyetume will host 5th placed Busoga United from Bombo barracks grounds after Namboole stadium was closed for renovation following continued rains.

Ninth placed Express FC whose Betway Muteesa II stadium, Wankulukuku venue was suspended by FUFA due to unplayable surface conditions, have moved to FUFA technical center, Njeru to host 6th placed Maroons.

The game will come at 1pm before Police also host URA from the same venue. There has been shortage of stadiums for premier league clubs yet the ones that had been passed by the FUFA licensing committee have also been spoilt by the continuous rains.

SC Villa were by press time on Monday yet to confirm the venue for their Wednesday home tie against charged Tooro United who come off a deserved 1-0 home win over rivals Mbarara City in the Western derby on Sunday in Fort Portal.


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