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Proline eye maiden away victory as they travel to Jinja

Kirinya JSS’ Charles Ayieko(second left) with some of his players at the press briefing ahead of today’s game against Proline FC. Photo by Shaban Lubega.



FOOTBALL–Having won both their last two games at home, Proline FC will seek to make it three in the trot and first away from home when they face Kirinya JSS at Bugembe stadium.

Proline who played back-to-back home games defeated Soana and Mbarara city easing the relegation fears that had already started oozing in the minds of the fans.

However, the team will do without versatile defender Ivan Bukenya who still has not recovered from a hamstring injury he sustained in the win against Soana.

Fellow defenders Ibrahim Ssendi and Sakka Mpima will not feature due to illness while midfielder Nuldin Bunjo is a long term absentee.

Summer signing Alex Ewuchie Dichimma, a Nigerian, is expected to make his league debut after sorting his fitness and licencing issues.

For Kirinya JSS, first choice goalkeeper Thomas Ikara returns to action following an injury he sustained in their previous game. Striker Bashir Mutanda who has also been out since the start of the season is also expected to feature in tonight’s game.

Charles Ayieko, the Kirinya JSS coach, said his time aims at coming top of the table.

“My players are in good spirits and we hope for the best of results,” Ayieko said.

Mujibu Kasule, the Proline FC coach, hopes his team will replicate the form and results on the road.

“Kirinya is not an easy team but I am confident we can get all three points,” he said.

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