Unity SC eye win over Aspor FC in Division 2

Table leaders Unity Sports Club will be looking for maximum points when they host eighth-placed Aspor FC on Match- Day 4 in the second division league Pool A on Saturday at Kicukiro ground.

Saturday

Group A
Aspor FC Vs SC Unity 1pm
Gitikinyoni FV Vs Pepiniere 2:30pm
Vision FC Vs Nyagatare FC
Rwamagana City Vs Sorwathe FC 3:30pm

Group B
As Muhanga Vs La Jeunesse 2:30pm
Vision Nouvelle Vs UR FC
Heroes FC Vs Interforce 3:30pm

Sunday

Group A
Akagera FC Vs Esperance 3:30pm
Etoile de l’est Vs Gasabo United

Group B
Sec Academy Vs United Stars 1pm
Intare FC Vs Rugende FC 3:30pm

Table leaders Unity Sports Club will be looking for maximum points when they host eighth-placed Aspor FC on Match- Day 4 in the second division league Pool A on Saturday at Kicukiro ground.

Head coach Yves Namahoro admits that his team will miss three key players, who are part of Isonga Academy team that travelled to Ivory Coast for the 4th edition of Tournoi International du District Autonome d’Abidjan (TIDA) scheduled to be staged from November 30 to December 6.

The three players on the Isonga contingent are Arc Nkubana, Tresor Ndabarasa and Peter Turatsinze.

“Aspor FC are a good team, and we need to be at our best if we are to get all three points, but hopefully we shall get the win we want,” Namahoro said on Friday.

Unity Sports Club lead Pool A with seven points, level with Etoile de l’est who face third-placed Gasaba United in Ngoma on Sunday, while Aspor have three points after three rounds of matches.

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