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Futsal Super League: Battle for supremacy as Aidenal takes on Park

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It will be a battle of supremacy in the 2022 Futsal Super League as Leaders Park FC takes on second placed Aidenal SOSA on Saturday in the Matchday nine fixture at Old Kampala Arena.

Just a point separates the two sides after eight games, Park lead the 8-team log with 20 points while Aidenal are on 19 points.

Park comes into this game still unbeaten, having won 6 of their eight games this season, with the other two have ended in stalemates.

Over the past four games, they have scored 26 goals and have the league’s tightest defense so they will head into this fixture booming with alot of confidence.

Abasi Junior has been impressive for them since he came into the team as he currently tops the topscorers chats with 16 goals in just four games.

For Aidenal SOSA, they lost their first game of the season last weekend after they fell to Kisenyi FC 4-3. They started off the season well but the absence of star forwards Kavuma Marvin and Kalanzi Denis has affected them for the past two gameweeks.

The first round tie between these two sides ended in a goalless stalemate after both sides failed to get past each other due to physical approach they both employed on the day.

Kavuma Marvin, Kalanzi Denis and Faizal Wabyona will be the men to look out for Aidenal SOSA while Abasi Junior, Derrick Walugembe and Avermah Shafiq will be the star men for Park FC.

After this game, Park will take on Talent Bridge while Aidenal will take on Kisenyi FC.

Third placed KJT FC will also be in action as they take on ASKA and Kabowa Dream.

All fixtures on Saturday 11th June

9am – Kisenyi V Kabowa Dream Team
10am- Park V Aidenal
11am- Luzira Thunders V Talent Bridge
12noon- KJT V ASKA Nansana
1pm- Talent Bridge V Park
2pm- ASKA Nansana V Luzira Thunders
3pm – Aidenal SOSA V Kisenyi
4pm – Kabowa Dream V KJT

Kamardin Shero
Senior sports Editor at The Touchline Sports | Am down to earth person with a great heart of always wanting to assist where possible.

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