Ulinzi, on the other hand, will be hoping to topple Sofapaka from fourth place, starting with a home game against Nakumatt.
Coach Dunstan Nyaudo bounced back to winning ways with a 2-0 victory against hosts Chemelil Sugar on Saturday and the custodian is convinced that the Soldiers can break into the top-four with a little persistence in performance.
“We have a target to finish in the top four, and we know we can go all the way to second place, but we want to take a game at a time,” Nyaudo told Ulinzistarsfc.com after a victory.
The victory saw Ulinzi temporarily moved to fifth on the log, three points behind Sofapaka. Nyaudo believes that the much-awaited victory was as a result of the drift from the ‘normal’ formation.
“We went to the match after a long dry spell and together with my coaches and players, we discussed a change in strategy and worked towards that in training all week. I am happy that it worked, giving us two good goals and a win
“Each game comes with its own strategy; we still have six to go in the league and we will always look at our options and decide on what’s best."
The Soldiers, who have 44 points, will face a Nakumatt side that have lost only one of their last five games.