Bugesera out to get first premier league win

After losing their first two matches, Bugesera FC head coach Ali Bizimungu has vowed his side will return to winning ways against champions Rayon Sports when the two sides meet in the AZAM Rwanda Premier League at Nyamata turf today.

Saturday

Bugesera Vs Rayon Sports
Etincelles Vs Mukura
Espoir Vs Sunrise
Kirehe Vs Musanze

Sunday
Miroplast Vs Kiyovu Sports
Police Vs Amagaju
Gicumbi Vs Marines

After losing their first two matches, Bugesera FC head coach Ali Bizimungu has vowed his side will return to winning ways against champions Rayon Sports when the two sides meet in the AZAM Rwanda Premier League at Nyamata turf today.

Bugesera were defeated by Amagaju and Musanze, respectively, but Bizimungu thinks the blues are not invincible and has challenged his side to cause an upset this afternoon.

“It will be tough but the objective is to try and get three points against Rayon Sports. We will go into the game looking for nothing less than a win. I believe we can achieve our target and move up on the league table,” Bizimungu said.

The former Rayon Sports, SC Kiyovu and Mukura tactician added that, “We have not collected any points in the last games, which makes Saturday’s game a must-win for us.”

However, his counterpart, Olivier Karekezi of Rayon Sports, believes his side is capable of beating Bugesera at home to continue their unbeaten run.

He said, “We need to win the game and see if we can collect many points in the first round matches. It will be a difficult match because Bugesera will be looking to bounce back, so we have to be careful.”

“Our target is to win the league title and if you want to make it happen, you need to win more games than your rivals and that is what we will try to do this season.

We have to be well prepared for any challenge,” Karekezi added.

Elsewhere, Etincelles, who have collected four points in the last two games, will host Mukura at Umuganda Stadium.

Espoir will take on Sunrise, who have three points from their last two games, at Kamarampaka Stadium. Kirehe, who have not yet registered any win this season, play Musanze, at Nyakarambi turf.

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