Match day eighteen starts today with three fixtures two of which are to be held at StarTimes Stadium, and Kitende Stadium and others.
Police FC will play first at 1PM against Kyetume FC and KCCA FC will play Tooro United at the same place late at 4:30Pm. The other fixture will see record champions SC Villa have a trip to Kitende for a duel against table leaders and title favorites Vipers.
The latter have already established a seven point cushion over second placed KCCA who will be looking to getting back to winning ways after they lost their most recent game against Bright Stars 2:1.KCCA will also Miss the services of Mustafa Kiiza and Allan Okello. The later is in Algeria for contract talks with Paradou AC whereas Kiiza will soon be landing back from Morocco where his deal to join Hassania Agadir fell through.
Tooro United got their first point of the second round with a one all draw against Kyetume in their last match played in Jinja.
For the Abdullah Mubiru coached side Police FC will be looking to build on the second round form that has seen them win the two matches in succession, 2:1 against Wakiso Giants and a 6:1 wrought of Express in the most recent fixture. Also to mention is the joint top scorer Ben Ocen with 11 goals to his name, level with Vipers' Fahad Bayo and Maroons' Steven Mukwala.
Police FC are 11th on table with 18 points from 6 wins, 3 draws and 8 losses whereas Kyetume are 13th with 17 points from 5 wins two draws and 10 losses.
Three time champions SC Vipers will build on their form in which they have beaten Kyetume FC 1:0 and Proline FC 4:2 in the last two fixtures. The acquisition of Paul 'Mucu' Mucureezi has added to the Venoms' attacking prowess as the star has already scored and assisted one goal in his two matches for the Edward Golola coached side.
On the other hand, SC Villa have endured a hard start to the second round losing all their two matches against URA (2:0) and a recent 1:0 loss at home to Busoga United.