Saturday Apr 19, 2014. 14:51
Bottom-placed sides CRO and Proline FC face-off this afternoon in a FUFA Super League tie at the Wankulukuku Stadium.
The match which was meant to be played yesterday was rescheduled because the stadium was not available.
Proline FC, who are in 15th place, have vowed to give 100 percent in this game since it means a lot to them in the fight to remain in top flight football.
Yusuf Mukisa, the Proline skipper, told AfricanFootball.com that they badly need maximum points to improve their chances of survival.
“We have been playing well but conceding funny goals,” said the defender.
He said although they will be very cautious against bottom-placed CRO, they will not underrate their opponents, who have picked up some shocking results lately, including a draw against SC Vipers.
Victory for Proline FC will send them to 13th place, while a loss will still keep them in 15th place, as CRO have conceded many goals and have a poor goal difference.