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Azam Uganda Premier League Match Day 6:

Tuesday, 22nd September 2015 fixtures:

Vipers S.C Vs KCCA F.C – Buikwe Stadium (4:00 p.m) – Live On Azam Television

Soana F.C Vs SC VU – Kavumba Recreational Stadium (4:30 p.m)

Express F.C Vs URA F.C – Mutesa II Stadium, Wankulukuku Stadium (4:30 p.m)

JMC Hippos F.C Vs Police F.C – Kakindu Stadium, Jinja (4:30 p.m)

The Saints F.C Vs Bright Stars F.C – Nelson Mandela National Stadium, Namboole (4:30 p.m)

Simba F.C Vs Maroons F.C – Bombo Military Stadium (4:30 p.m)

S.C Villa Vs BUL F.C – Nakivubo Stadium (4:30 p.m)

Sadolin Paints F.C Vs Lweza F.C – Bugembe Stadium, Jinja (4:30 p.m)

Friday, 25th September 2015:

Lweza F.C Vs SC Victoria University – Mutesa II Stadium Wankulukuku (4:00 p.m)

There are eight fixtures lined up for match day six on the Azam Uganda premier league menu for Tuesday, 22nd September 2015.

All the 16 league clubs shall be in action with an early 4:00 p.m kick-off for the live game on T.V between Vipers and KCCA F.C at Buikwe Stadium.

The rest of the games are scheduled for 4:30 p.m.

Vipers Sports Club has been already informed of the ineligibility to field four of their players, Deus Bukenya, James Alitho, Ismail Watenga and Kezironi Kizito for failure to report for the Uganda Cranes regional tour of Kitara region.

There are games elsewhere across the country.

At Bombo military stadium, two clubs Simba S.C and Maroons F.C are geared towards securing their maiden victory of the season when they face each other.

16 time record league winners, Sports Club Villa is at home with a duel against Jinja side, BUL F.C.

Milton Kalisa and Johnson Wakalita are two players expected the lift the visitors’ team at a time when they picked their first season three points in the 4-1 win over Lweza last Friday.

SC Villa’s Fahad Muhammed Hassan is doubtful for the game with a knock.

BUL football club strikers, Ivan Lubaale and Simon Okwi are already ruled out of the game since the two are down with malaria and did not engage in their last training session on Monday.

Lweza F.C travels to Eastern Uganda for the second time in a space of five days with an away tie to Bugembe based Sadolin Paints.

Lweza F.C is the other team yet to win a game.

Football fans in Jinja town shall be spoilt for choice because Kakindu Stadium shall be hosting yet another big fixture between Jinja Municipal Council and Police F.C.

Last Friday, Police overcame another Jinja team, Sadolin Paints 2-1 and shall be banking on the form to build up an early lead.

The Hippos drew goal-less in their last encounter against The Saints last week at Kakindu Stadium.

A continuation of the match day six fixtures will witness only one game on Friday when Lweza F.C plays host to Sports Club Victoria University at the Mutesa II Stadium, Wankulukuku.

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