APR face stubborn Police

THE Nine-time league champions APR face another tricky test in today’s national football league match against Police at Camp Kigali grounds this afternoon.

THE Nine-time league champions APR face another tricky test in today’s national football league match against Police at Camp Kigali grounds this afternoon.

APR, fresh from a 3-1 victory over arch-rivals Atraco mid week go into today’s battle as favourites.

The military side will be boosted by the return of suspended Patrick Mafisango and the injured pair of Moses Odhiambo and Bokota Labama who missed the Atraco clash.

Coach Rene Feller who loved every moment as APR displayed a stylish game characterised of beautiful passes faces a hard battle as he tries to rally his troops on the poor Camp Kigali grounds.

Should APR win, they will move to 20 points. On the other hand, Police who settled for a 2 all draw against Mukura have a reputation of frustrating the army side.

After signing a couple of new players, Police who have won two, drawn four and only lost one game pose a major threat to APR’s title hopes.

Police’s good start under new coach Kasabongo has left some club fans pondering about a better finish this time around after surviving relegation last season.

Else where, defending champion Atraco host AS Kigali at Shorongyi grounds. The taxi-men club are eager to bounce back from their mid-week woes.

Rayon Sport faces a crucial test to home side Marines, relegation battling club SC Kiyovu host Electrogaz at Gitarama stadium while Mukura are away to Kibuye at Gatwaro stadium.

Amagaju host another relegation battling La Jeunesse in Nyamagabe.

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