Bugesera vs Muhanga 2:30pm
Kirehe vs Rwamagana 2:30pm
Interforce vs Sorwathe 3:30pm
Intare vs Unity 2:30pm
Esperance vs Golden Generation 2:30pm
Akagera vs Miroplast 2:30pm
Sec vs Vision 3:30pm
Pepiniere vs Vision JN 1pm
La Jeunesse vs Nyagatare 3:30pm
Gasabo vs Hope Fc 1pm
Etoile de l’Est vs Heroes 2:30pm
United Stars vs Gitikinyoni 2:30pm
Muhanga will be hoping to grab 3 points off Bugesera this afternoon to go top of Pool B in the second division league.
Bugesera, with 28 points are top of Pool B league log while Muhanga lie in fourth position with 25 points.
“We are well prepared for the clash, we have a very good home record this season and we are keen to stretch it. Muhanga are a strong team but we will fight to find a way out and I’m confident we will prevail,” Bugesera coach Noah Nsaziyinka said.
Muhanga Coach Felix Mbonyizana warned his side against unnecessary mistakes if they are to pull off a win against Bugesera. Bugesera have not dropped any points this season at their ground and will be looking to extend the record while Muhanga who won the first-leg match 1-0 at Muhanga stadium, are eager to claim a famous double.
In pool A, La Jeunesse who host second-placed Nyagatare are top with 30 points, the latter are second, five points adrift while Kicukiro-based ASPOR are third with 23 points respectively.