After the Cup exit, URA shifts attention to Onduparaka tomorrow in the UPL.

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By Jimmy Patrick Alunyo

Uganda Revenue Authority FC were knocked out of the Uganda Cup in the round of 16 by Express FC. Express progressed through to the quarter final of this year’s Uganda Cup thanks to their first leg 2-1 win against URA at Wankulukuku. The two teams met at Ndejje for the return leg of this fixture and they finished the day 0-0, and that meant Express FC made it to the last 8 in this competition thanks to their first leg advantage that concluded the tie 2-1 on aggregate.

But the tax collector tomorrow, will be looking to put behind their cup exit disappointment and concentrate on keeping their dominance in the Uganda premier League by beating up the struggling Onduparaka to extend their lead to 50 points with a win.

The home team are without any major injury concerns and should be able to pick up the three points against the Onduparaka side that has not reflected a group that is working towards scaling up their performance this season.

For the visitors also, they come into this game with a lot at stake as they are hanging by the clip in 12th position on 24 points and could even sink deeper to 13th position if they are to lose this game and Wakiso Giants win their game against UPDF.

This match already is promising to entertain as they two teams both have inspiration going into tomorrow’s encounter and from analyst point of things, I expect URA to come out victorious in this fixture but it will be a hard tussle for them as the Caterpillars boys will also throw everything they have got in this match.

Tomorrow at Ndejje Uni – Luwero (Luwero) will be the only place to be for all the sport lovers to watch this encounter between the two sides, and may the best team win.

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