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StarTimes FUFA Big League: Maroons host Kataka, Blacks Power visit Ndejje as Promotion & Relegation Battles Intensify

StarTimes FUFA Big League (Match Day 14): Sunday 6th March 2022 – All games kick off at 4 PM

Maroons Vs Kataka – Prisons Ground, Luzira 

Ndejje Vs Blacks Power- Arena of Visions, Ndejje

Proline FC Vs Luweero United- Omondi Stadium, Lugogo

Calvary Vs Kyetume- Greenlight Stadium, Arua

Nyamityobora Vs Kitara FC- Kakyeka Stadium, Mbarara

The adrenaline is soaring as we edge closer to the climax of the StarTimes FUFA Big League 2021/2022 season.

Matchday fourteen is another one to lookout for when clubs battle for top slots to see them promoted to the StarTimes Uganda Premier League while others are fighting against relegation to the Regional Leagues. 

Maroons hosting Kataka at the Prisons Grounds in Luzira is the match highlighting the day as both teams battle for top slots to see them automatically promoted to the StarTimes Uganda Premier League. 

The two teams are separated by just a point with the  Prison waders sitting second on the log with twenty five points while the Mbale based Kataka FC is third after collecting twenty four points from the thirteen matches played. 

Maroons is looking out to revenge to the 1-0 defeat they suffered in the first round at the Mbale Municipal Stadium when Joel Onzile’s lone goal made the difference in December.  

Table leaders Blacks Power FC are travelling to the Arena of Visions to face seventh placed Ndejje University FC.

The Lira based Blacks Power has bagged twenty seven points, only two ahead of Maroons and just three ahead of Kataka thus can’t afford losing any point which might cost them the top of table position. 

Mid table Calvary FC entertains Kyetume FC at the Greenlight Stadium in Arua in a bid to close the gap between the top table teams.

The hosts are fifth on the table with nineteen points while visiting Kyetume FC is fourth with twenty one points. 

In other encounters nineth placed Proline FC hosts eighth placed Luweero United in a relegation  battle at the Omondi Stadium in Lugogo while struggling Nyamityobora hosts Kitara FC at the Kakyeeka Stadium in Mbarara.  

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