SC Villa will host the ever-improving Police FC on Wednesday, February 27 at the Mandela National Stadium.
The Jogoos, who have won the league 16 times have struggled for form in the previous two or three seasons.
Abdallah Mubiru’s Police, the Jogoos who are coached by Douglas Bamweyana will need to up their game if they are to secure maximum points.
Police has 28 points coming into this fixture as they seat in the 8th position, six points clear of SC Villa who are 12th on the log.
SC Villa’s Albert Mugisa will look to be one of the players in the spotlight in the game if fielded.
Mugisa was at Police last season before he handed in his transfer request.
On form Pius Wangi, Bashir Mutanda, Sulaiman Majaanjalo, David Owori and former Police player Mike Sserumaga are other Jogoo players who could impact for the better.
Police have the league current joint top scorer Juma Balinya (12 goals), Hassan Kalega, Ashraf Mugume, Johnson Odong, Ruben Kimera, Simon Mbaziira as some of the key players to look forward to and cause havoc.
Victory for the footballing cops will see them dislodge Express from the 7th place.
Depending on the results of Tooro United’s visit to Bright Stars, maximum points for SC Villa will see them take their tally to 25, the same number of points that Tooro United and Bright Stars have apiece before they square off.