APR vs. SC Kiyovu
Police vs. Espoir
Etincelles vs. Nyanza
Amagaju vs. La Jeunesse
AS Kigali vs. Mukura
Rayon Sports vs. Marines
RWANDAN giants APR and SC Kiyovu go head to head this afternoon in a battle for maximum points at Kigali Regional stadium.
The military side has had a fine start to the league and head Coach Ernie Brandts believes they have the fire power to see off the Green Baggies but cannot underestimate his opponents.
“Our focus is to win and we are targeting victory over SC Kiyovu tomorrow (today). Kiyovu just like Police and Rayon Sports is a good team and will be keen to beat us, “the 55 year old said.
Kiyovu has been rocked in financial crisis and Kayiranga was about to resign from his post on Wednesday until the club management intervened.
“I wanted to resign due to hindrances am facing in my work as a coach but the Management has promised to sort out all these issues as soon as possible,” added Kayiranga.
APR has six points in two matches played while Kiyovu has four after a goalless draw against Police in their mid week.
The five remaining matches will be played tomorrow with Police hosting newly promoted side Espoir at Ferwafa turf, Nyanza will play away to Etincelles at Umuganda stadium, Amagaju will host La Jeunesse in Nyamagabe, Mukura will take on AS Kigali at Mumena while the last match of the day will pit Rayon Sport against Marines at Kigali Regional stadium.