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FUFA Big League: Police set to defend top spot against second placed Lugazi FC


Fixtures for Matchday 16

All matches are on 24th Febuary 2024 at 4Pm

  • Police FC Vs Lugazi FC- Kavumba Recreational Grounds, Wakiso
  • Kiyinda Boys Vs Kataka FC- Betharm City recreation grounds, kiwenda
  • Kyetume FC Vs Kigezi HomeBoyz FC- Nakisunga Saza grounds, Mukono
  • Blacks Power FC Vs Young Elephants FC- Akibua Stadium
    , Lira
  • Mbale Heroes FC Vs Jinja North United FC- Mbale Municipal Stadium, Mbale
  • Calvary FC Vs Kaaro Karungi FC- Midigo P/S ground, Yumbe
  • Onduparaka FC Vs Booma FC- Greenlight Stadium, Arua

As the second round of the FUFA Big League approaches, there’s excitement as the cops get ready to play against Lugazi FC at Kavumba Recreational Grounds on Saturday, February 24th, 2024, at 4:00 PM.

This round promises thrilling matches in the betPawa FUFA Big League, where each kick on the field matters and dreams of success take the spotlight.

Table leaders Police Football Club will go head-to-head with Lugazi Football Club on match day sixteen.

A victory for Police would grant them a five-point lead at the summit of the table, solidifying their position as frontrunners.

Conversely, a triumph for Lugazi FC would propel them to the top of the table with 32 points, positioning them as the new leaders in the competition.

Both teams are aiming for promotion. Police Football Club has played 14 games, earning 31 points with one loss, four draws, and nine wins, securing their top position.

Lugazi Football Club, in second place, has 29 points from 14 games with eight wins, five draws, and one loss.

At the end of the first round, Police FC had a goalless draw with Onduparaka FC, and Lugazi FC tied with Young Elephants without scoring any goals.

In the first match between Police FC and Lugazi FC, they both ended in a draw without any goals, and there was some controversy over a goal by Denis Kalanzi from Police FC that was not counted.

Lugazi has strengthened their team with new players like Juma Sajjabi and Richard Ayiko, making them a tougher opponent.

Police Football Club welcomes back Ben Ocen from Rwanda for a short six-month stint, along with new signings like goalkeeper Bugembe Ashadu and striker Francis Onekalit.

The showdown between these two teams in Wakiso promises to be entertaining. It’s worth noting that all opening games of the second round are on February 24th at 4:00 PM.

Ndejje University Football Club is not included in the FUFA Big League second round fixtures as they have withdrawn from the league.

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