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Startimes UPL: BUL welcome Onduparaka to Njeru


Table leaders BUL FC will host Onduparaka FC  FUFA Technical Center, Njeru on Wednesday at 4pm.

BUL will seek for maximum points in order to maintain their winning status and lead at the top as they welcome the Arua side that is low on confidence.

The Eastern giants will hope to collect their fourth win of the campaign with an in form Frontline three of Jerome Kirya, Karim Ndugwa and Richard Wandyaka not forgetting the brilliant defensive performances that portray themselves In the goals conceded which are 3 only.

On the other side, solid Onduparaka have played four games without a win, drawing three and losing one and accumulating a total of only one point.

The question of many will be how come the caterpillars have three draws and only one point? But the answer is due to unsporting behavior the team was scrapped off 2 goals and 2 points.

The Caterpillars have conceded only two goals this season, something that is a positive on the Arua side. They will be looking to build on this as they face the Eastern Giants by limiting them for scoring with hope that of creating more.

Onduparaka are 15th on the log with only a point to their name.

Last game.

BUL FC won their last game at home 1-0 against 16-time League Champions, SC Villa while Onduparaka lost their last game at home 2-1 to Express FC

What would a win do?

A win would push BUL FC to 14 points, four above second placed SC Villa who have 10 points.

For Onduparaka a win would take them to 4 points in place of Busoga United who are 12th with 3 points after their loss to Gaddafi Modern.


BUL will continue to be without Ibrahim Mugulusi and Frank Kalanda who are injured while Ochora Walter will start his suspension having picked Red card against Gadaffi FC.

For Onduparaka, Nathan Oloro and Oscar Lele is also injured while Ojara Dennis is out with fever.

Probable line-ups


Tom Ikara (GK), Richard Ayiko, Ronald Otti, Walter Ochora, Hillary Onek, Pascal Ngobi, George Kasonko, Karim Ndugwa, Richard Wandyaka, Jerome Kirya

Onduparaka FC.

Mathias Muwanga (GK), Alex Adriko, Bernard Ndifuna,  Stephan Odongo, Boniface Musema,  Rashid Yakin, John Adriko, Emmanuel Oketch, Gadafi Gadinho, Dominic Abonga, Rashid Okocha



BUL 0-0 Onduparaka
Onduparaka 0-2 BUL


BUL 3-1 Onduparaka
Onduparaka 0-1 BUL


BUL 4-0 Onduparaka
Onduparaka 0-0 BUL


Onduparaka 1-0 BUL
BUL 1-0 Onduparaka

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