There will not be a better time for Bamweyana and his Wakiso Giants side to visit St. Mary’s stadium than this one. They are high on confidence following a morale boosting victory 2-0 over Onduparaka over the weekend
Prior to that match, they had gone 5 league matches without a win, managing a single point ot of a possible 15 .
The hosts on the other hand are on a four match winning run and haven’t lost a point at home this term.
The reverse fixture this season ended in a 1-1 stalemate at Kabaka Kyabaggu stadium in Wakiso. Viane Sekajugo scored a second half equaliser to cancel out Muhammad Shaban’s first half goal.
Surprisingly, the two scorers will not feature in this edition with Sekajugo serving his final match of a 4 game ban slapped on him for verbally assaulting match officials. Mohammad Shaban is serving a club ban resulting from indiscipline.
Head to Head
The two sides have met only 3 times in the Uganda Premier league. Wakiso will be seeking for their first ever win in this fixture with Vipers searching for a second.
The other two meetings ended in draws.
Congolese target man Ceaser Mankozi is back in contention for a starting place after missing the trip to Masindi where they beat Kitara 4-0.
Siraje Sentamu, Lawrence Tezikya and Abraham Ndugwa also return to the team fold.
For Bamweyana’s coached side, Viane Sekajugo will serve his final match of suspension whereas the match comes a little bit too early for defender Satulo Edward who nursing an injury.
First choice goal keeper Samson Kirya returns after serving a suspension of one match that resulted from accumulation of 3 yellow cards.
Tom Masiko will face his former paymasters if selected after sitting out the victory against Onduparaka .
The Key men to watch
Yunus Sentamu proved all his doubters wrong by coming from behind to catch up with current leading scorer Steven Mukwala on 10 goals. He is expected to extend his tally tomorrow
Youngster Ivan Bogere is the man to watch for Wakiso Giants, he has taken over the goal scoring mantle from Viane Sekajugo. He has so far scored 2 goals in the last 2 matches.
Vipers are enjoying a perfect run of 9 wins in 9 league home matches this season.
Out of the 43 goals scored this term, 24 have come at Kitende and conceded only 3 while playing at home.
Wakiso Giants on the contrary have managed to score 7 goals while playing away from home and conceded 10.