FUFA Beach Soccer League Match Day Four

Nine teams take to the pitch this Sunday for match day four of the FUFA beach soccer league at FUFA technical centre beach soccer arena in Njeru.

Mutoola Vs KJT

Mutoola BSC kicks off the action against Kampala Junior Team (KJT) at 11am. Both sides have largely been unconvincing if their showings on the pitch are to go by but despite being short of fluidity they were known for the past season, the Sand Giants remain one of the unbeaten sides so far. It is three wins and a draw for them in four games, sitting in the fourth place with 10 points – same as Buganda Royal and St. Lawrence who lie third and second in that order, and just two points behind leaders Kampala City.

KJT were aggressive and energetic in their first campaign as they made the big sides sweat blood, however, it is fairly enough to say they have been silent and yet to make their presence felt this season. With just one win in three rounds for them, they can only be good enough for the sixth position on the table with three points. They might be determined to get more points on the board but they will require some bit of a magic to overcome Mutoola.

Kampala City Vs MS Sand Lions

Kampala City will be rallying their troops to break down the stubborn MS Sand Lions at 12pm. Their life under Ivan Kulika continues to deliver a feel good factor. They have swept aside opponents without putting in an effort, garnering four wins in as many games to comfortably swing their legs from the top with 12 points.

But MS Sand Lions is desperate to regain a place in the first four, and many times if they don’t win, at least they refuse to be beaten. No team has drawn more than the Tiimi Y’ekibuga’s two stalemates this term. They frustrated Mutoola and Buganda Royal the last time out and will arrive in Njeru hoping to challenge the early pace setters for the three points.

St Lawrence BSC Vs Mengo Hill

St. Lawrence will fancy their chances against a Mengo Hill side that has lost all its four matches and conceded the highest number of goals (33). The defending champions were superbly held to a 5-5 draw by Kiringente the previous outing and slightly fell off from the top of the tree, but may find this tie a walk in the park given the hefty gulf in quality and experience which exists between the two teams. Therefore a fourth win will be a welcome sight as the race for the top spots starts to take ground.

Wolves Vs Kiringente

Kiringente is one of the three teams still looking to pick up their first league win but face Wolves who are equally in the same struggle. Kiringente is on the other hand expected to come out of this out of form bout with maximum points having shown improvement in their five all stalemate against St. Lawrence.

Sunday’s action will conclude with Grace Church playing MS Sand Lions, St. Lawrence will also step in the sand again against KJT, while Wolves will draw the curtains down with Mengo Hill at 5pm.

Full fixtures

Mutoola Vs KJT – 11am

Kampala City Vs MS Sand Lions – 12pm

St Lawrence BSC Vs Mengo Hill – 1pm

Wolves Vs Kiringente – 2pm

Grace Church Vs MS Sand Lions – 3pm

St Lawrence BSC Vs KJT – 4pm

Wolves Vs Mengo Hill – 5pm,

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