Ugandan Football internationals:Muleme sees yellow while Lubega hopes to continue his goal scoring form.

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Alex Bossa

Friday

Isaac Muleme was in Action for Zizkov as they were held 1-1 away to Lisen in the Czech division 2. Muleme was yellow carded in the 76th minute but carried on to play the entire 90 minutes.

Saturday

Fourth placed Al Ittihad will be hoping that Emma Okwi continues with his goal scoring form when they host Abudl Lumala’s Pyramids. As expected, Lumala will not make the travelling team list after the electric winger was not registered for the entire season.

After scoring in midweek against Bristol City in a 2-1 home win, Uche Ikpeazu now turns the guns against Cardiff City who have registered one win in their last nine games.

Elvis Bwomono will hope to be recalled to the starting XI when South end host Leyton Orient. The Ugandan defender was substituted in the 73rd minute in their mid-week loss to Colchester.

Bottom club Hapoel Kfar Saba will hope attacker Kizito Luwaga puts on his goal scoring boots when they host Beitar Jerusalem in the relegation group match.

Bevis Mugabe is available for selection for Motherwell’s away trip to Hibernian in the Scotish Cup.

Moses Waiswa will hope that a playing chance comes his way as Supersport United travel to Black Leopards. Waiswa is struggling for playing time.

Mustapha Kizza will be looking to make the left frank his for table leaders Montreal when they travel to Nashville SC. Kizza registered an assist on his MLS debut.

Sunday

Edrissa Lubega’s midweek consolation goal against Bohemians was his first for the relegation threatened Pribram. His services will be required as they travel to Karvina in the Czech first division.

Other fixtures will see Moses Opondo’s Odense play host to Lyngby, Odongokara’s Horoya host Kaloum Star, Timoth Awany and Fahad Bayo’s Ashdod host Maccabi Petah Tikva, Watenga’s Chippa United host Golden Arrows, Denis Onyango’s Sundown host Kaiser Chiefs, Nicholas Wadada’s Azam travel to Young Africans and Edward Kizza’s New England Revolutions host DC United.

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