KCCA FC will go into Friday’s game against Proline at the StarTimes stadium with top spot on the mind as the Kasasiro Boys have a chance of lip frogging current log leaders Police FC.
After KCCA FC defeating Vipers SC on Tuesday coupled by Police’s triumph over Express FC, it ment that the Kasasiro Boys were still only one point behind the Cops and a win will ensure that they are top unless SC Villa who host Express FC on the same day can somehow defeat the Red Eagles by a margin of 12 clear goals.
“We go into the game with top spot on our minds,” said KCCA head coach Mike Mutebi.
“Previously, we have been leading almost from the very start but this time round its a different scenario because we didn’t have the best of starts,” he added.
KCCA may have to do without top scorer who limped off with a knock on Tuesday plus captain Timothy Awanyi who also finished the game but did not yesterday.
“Shaban and Awanyi both missed yesterday’s trainning session because of minor injuries they sustained on Tuesday,” said Mutebi.
“It is bad news for Shaban in particular when you look at the start he has had here but may be he can shake the knock off and be able to feature on tomorrow,” he added.
KCCA FC have won four games in their last four league outings and scored 15 goals in the process conceding only one.
Proline on the other hand are in terrible form having lost three of thier previous four games whilst drawing the other.
Proline have not drawn a league game at home since the 0-0 draw with SC Villa last season.
KCCA have won only two of their last eight games away from homein all competitions (L3 D3).
Last season KCCA FC completed a league double against Proline including a 2-0 win in the reverse fixture.
Proline have defeated KCCA only twice in their last 10 league encounters with their last victory coming in 2013.