The 2016 champions Buddu face Mawogola in the early kickoff at noon before Butambala will square up with Busujju.
Coming to these two games, are three teams; Buwekula (7 points), Buddu (7 points), and Butambala (4 points). These have realistic chances of progressing to the last eight stages.
For Buwekula to progress, they need a draw from the Butambala and Busujju clash or a clear-cut victory from the Busujju side. Butambala can make it to the quarter-finals if they win by a margin of four or more goals against the already eliminated Busujju.
Any victory for Butambala short of four goals will still see Buwekula through.
A victory or stalemate for Buddu will see them progress to the quarter-finals. The team needs at least a point to make it to 8 points and top the group on the road to the quarter-finals.
Butambala’s head coach Emuron Recoba believes they have the character to score at will and progress.
‘’We shall be calm as we look for the goals because we need to progress with a good number of goals scored,” Recoba noted.
After the two matches in Muganzirwaza group, action will swing to Bulange group where there are four teams; Kyaggwe, Busiro, Buvuma, and Bugerere.
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