BUL FC 90 minutes away from Uganda Cup final

With a commanding 5-1 first leg victory against Booma FC, BUL FC are 90 minutes are from the Uganda Cup final unless the Masindi opponents pull off a remarkable upset.

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Booma FC travel to Kyabazinga Stadium, Jinja today with an uphill task to defeat BUL FC by at least 4-0 to secure a dream ticket to the Uganda Cup finals.

The Masindi side let their guard down at home in the first leg conceding 5 away goals which gifted BUL FC a vital advantage placing a foot in the final.

However, coach Alex Isabirye noted that the job is not yet over till they play the second leg noting that football can be unpredictable and harsh.

He further warned his team of complacency ahead of the clash on Wednesday afternoon.

“We still have a lot to do until the second leg is done, what we did at Masindi Grounds can be replicated at our own home ground and results overturned by our rivals. Yes, we have an advantage but we minded less and prepared like it never happened”, he told Fufa TV.

SC Vipers will face winner from the encounter following a 6-1 aggregate win against relegated side, Mbarara City FC.

The Uganda Cup is the second most prestigious competition in Uganda football.

The winner of the Uganda Cup represents Uganda in the CAF Confederation Cup.

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