This weekend’s action in international leagues where Ugandans are playing.

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Friday 12th March 2021

Derick Nsibambi will be looking to lead the lineup for Smouha against Aswan Sc today in the Egyptian league after leading the team in Smouha’s encounter against El Gouna last week.

Saturday 13th March 2021

Allan Okello will be available for selection when seventh placed Paradou travel to Hussein Dey

Isaac Muleme will be hoping to be recalled for Zizkov against bottom of the table Vysehrad after becoming a 73rd minute substitute in their 3-1 home loss to Chrudim in the Czech division two last Sunday.

Joseph Ochaya will be hoping to keep his place in the starting XI for TP Mazembe against Motema Pembe in Ligue 1 after playing a full 90 minutes and registering an assist in Mazembe’ 2-1 loss to Sundowns in the Champions League.

Troubled bottom side Wycombe will seek Uche’s services against Preston after the Ugandan came on in the 73rd minute in their 1-0 away loss to QPR on Tuesday in the championship.

Elvis Bwomono will be looking to cement his position as right back for Southend United against Stevenage in the English League 2. The Ugandan defender played a full 90 minutes as his side lost 2-0 at home to Trammere Rovers on Tuesday.

Fahad Bayo will be looking to cement a place in the starting XI for Ashdod away against Hapoel Haifa while defender Timothy Awanyi faces a race against time to be fit for the fixture. Bayo came off the bench to score an equalizer in the last fixture.

Mamelodi Sundowns will again make use of Uganda Cranes captain Denis Onyango when they travel to Stellenbosch.


Moses Opondo hopes to be recalled when Odense host Brondby after the Ugandan midfielder played for 67 minutes in a 2-0 loss away to Vejle.   

Kizito Luwagga will be available for selection for Hapoel Kfar Saba away to Beitar Jerusalem.


Emma Okwi will be in action for Al Ittihad away against National bank Egypt in the Egyptian league. The Ugandan striker saw his 68th minute effort ruled out due to a foul made in the buildup on Tuesday in Ittihad’s 0-0 draw against Ghazl El Mahallah.

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