FUFA Big League
-Ntinda United Vs Kireka United – Muteesa II Wankulukuku Stadium
-Kiboga Young Vs Water – Bamususutta S.S Playground
-Kitara Vs Proline – Kigaya Ground, Hoima
-Kansai Plascon Vs Kira United – Bishops S.S playground, Mukono
-Kabale Sharp Vs Dove – Kabale Municipal Ground
-Bukedea Town Council Vs JMC Hippos – Emokori playground, Bukedea
-UPDF Vs Entebbe – Bombo Stadium, Bombo
-Amuka Bright Stars Vs Wakiso Giants – Lira P7 Ground, Lira
-Doves All Stars Vs Kataka – Green Light Stadium, Arua
LIRA – When Wakiso Giants bought off Kamuli Park, their target was to make it to the top tier as soon as possible.
After bringing on board a big name in Ibrahim Kirya to take over as coach and also acquiring a host to top players, everyone knew how serious they were.
On Thursday afternoon, the team will begin their journey proper when they travel to Lira to take on Amuka Bright Stars on match day one of the FUFA Big League in one of the four games in the Elgon Group.
Kirya who will be looked at as a failure if his side does not make it to the top flight at the first time of asking has already stressed how vital a good start can be.
“We need to start brightly, said Kirya ahead of the game.
“It will be a tough game away to Amuka just like the rest will be so we have to be careful.
Wakiso will be without four players on Thursday as Nigerian forward Emmanuel Obina is yet to sort his work permit issues. Geoffrey Lutu is also still working on his license while Eddie Mubiru and Denis Kaweesa are both out injured.
The other Elgon match-ups will have Bukedea Town Council host JMN Hippos at Emokori Play Ground. UPDF host Entebbe in Bombo while Katata travel to the Green Light Stadium in Arua to take on Doves All Stars.
In the Rwenzori Group, Ntinda United host Kireka United at Wankulukuku, Kiboga Young play host to Water, Proline travel to Kitara, Kansai Plascon entertain Kira United while Dove travel to Mbale to take on Kabale Sharpe.