The battle for mid-table will see Bright Stars go head to head against Tooro United at Champions Stadium on Wednesday, February 27.

Both clubs have 25 points each as Fred Kajoba's side occupies the tenth position on the Uganda Premier League logo will Tooro United are 11th and tallied 16th. 

However, both clubs will go into the fixture with a fight as they fell in their immediate past games.

Bright Stars suffered a 3-0 defeat at the St Mary’s Stadium in Kitende to Vipers whilst Tooro United fell 4-3 on the road to Ndejje University at the Arena of Visions in Bombo.

There is a lot to play for in this match as Bright Stars seek to break the winless run in the league that stretches as far back as December last year.

Goalkeeper Benson Wagima, Alfred Onek, Jamil Karisa, Nelson Senkatuka, Brian Kayanja, Henry Kiwanuka, Brian Enzama, defender Derrick Ngobi, Innocent Assimwe, Sula Ssebuunza and company will be expected to produce a decent home performance as they seek for the much-needed win in the league.

Bbosa is expected to have a change in the goalkeeping department with Meddie Kibirige replacing Joel Mutakubwa.

Industrious midfielder Paddy Muhumuza, Steven Luswata, Simon Peter Sserunkuma, Willy Kavuma, Godfrey Lwesibawa, Mahad Yaya and hard working forward Baker Buyala are all options for Tooro United away to Bright Stars on a ground many clubs struggle to get the desired result.

Maximum points for either side will see them jump Kirinya-Jinja S.S in the 9th place with 28 points.

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