Police seek win over Bugesera to close gap on top

Title Hopefuls Police FC will be seeking for a win over Bugesera FC to jump to third position and close the gap on top when both sides faceoff today afternoon at Bugesera turf in Bugesera District.
Police FC head coach Seninga gives instructions to his players at half time during a past match against Gicumbi FC. (Sam Ngendahimana)
Police FC head coach Seninga gives instructions to his players at half time during a past match against Gicumbi FC. (Sam Ngendahimana)

Thursday

Marines vs AS Kigali 3:30pm

Pepinieres vs Musanze

Sunrise vs Kirehe

Bugesera vs Police

Friday

Etincelles vs Mukura 3:30pm

Amagaju vs SC Kiyovu

Title Hopefuls Police FC will be seeking for a win over Bugesera FC to jump to third position and close the gap on top when both sides faceoff today afternoon at Bugesera turf in Bugesera District.

 Ahead of the game, Police head coach Innocent Seninga has warned his players to expect a tough game against tricky Bugesera that will be playing at home turf.

 “We have to be consistent and give our best in every match because we need to win these kinds of matches to stay in the title race. Bugesera is a very tricky team, so we need to be ready. I know they have been causing problems but we are ready,” he said

 A win today would take the fourth placed Police FC to 34 points and probably in the third place if third placed AS Kigali with 32 points stumbles against Marines. However, Police still have played a game less.

 Meanwhile in other matches today, bottom side Pepinieres will host Musanze at Ruyenzi stadium while Sunrise will play against Kirehe in Nyagatare.

The league will continue on Friday with Etincelles playing against Mukura at Umuganda Stadium while Amagaju will play against SC Kiyovu at Nyagisenyi Stadium in Nyamagabe District.

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