All you need to know ahead of FUFA Big League matchday eleven.

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By Bantam Nobart.

Ten matches have sofar been played each club in this season’s FUFA Big League.

Mbarara City FC are the current table leaders ahead of matchday eleven which starts on Thursday 22nd of December.

The Ankole Lions have 22 points, two above Kitara FC who are 2nd on the log.

More so the Mbarara side are the only unbeaten team in the league after recording six wins and four draws.

Kitara FC and NEC FC who sit 2nd and 3rd are level at 20 points but Mark Coached side (Kitara FC) have a superior goal difference of six.

Police FC come 4th with 17 points then new league comers Booma FC from Masindi 5th with 15 points.

In the relegation zone, Another new entrant Karo Karungi FC are 13th with 11 points.  Ndejje University FC 14th, Northern Gateway FC 15th and Soroti City FC 16th with 9, 8 and 7 points respectively.

Kitara FC have scored the highest number of goals (22) while relegation threatened Northern Gateway FC have Conceded many (24).

Mbarara City FC and Kitara Fc a Mbarara City FC have registered many victories overall (6).

Booma FC captain Omedi Denis is the leading top scorer with eleven goals to his name.

The utility player (Omedi) has failed to find the back of the net in three matches out of the total ten played so far. They are against Kyetume FC, Adjumani Town Council FC and Lugazi FC.

In those three games, Booma FC has only picked one point from the possible nine, lost two and drawn one.

The Royals (Kitara FC) is the only team that has picked maximum points at home from the five games.

They beat NEC FC 2-0, Jinja North United 3-1, Calvary FC 3-0, Northern Gateway FC 4-0 and recently Ndejje University FC 5-1, scored 17 goals, Conceded only two and kept three clean sheets.

Patrick Henry Kaddu (Kitara FC) and Henry Kitegenyi (Mbarara City FC) come 2nd and 3rd all tied at ten goals.

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