Futsal League: Parakeets, Equator Seek To Bounce Back


Wednesday, January 23
Nomad Vs Park
Aidenal Vs Crown
Mengo City Vs Parakeets
Equator Vs Dream
Yeak Kabowa Vs Typhoon
Bajim Vs Kabowa United

The Futsal Super League returns on Wednesday at International Fustal Courts in Mengo Kisenyi with six games lined up for match day 13.

This will be the first time that the league will be played on Wednesday.

The development however, was inevitable:

FUFA is to conduct a national referees medical and fitness tests this week in Mbarara on Thursday (Medical) and Friday (Fitness) tests, all Futsal referees inclusive,” explained Futsal Association Chairman Hamza Junju clarifying that it was vital to bring the games to Wednesday.

Players look not contented with Ref’s calls. Futsal media

Parakeets, third on the log, will look to bounce back when they faceoff with 10th placed Mengo City in one of the interesting games of the tie.

Coach Samuel Mulondo’s side suffered a humiliating 6-2 loss to Nomad last week and another loss will leave the club loose ground to the table leaders.

Equator on the other hand, will be seeking for resuscitation against against Dream FC after falling 4-7 to Yeak Kabowa.

Players fighting for the ball during a league game. Futsal media

Equator are ninth on the log with 11 points will go eighth with victory. However, they will find strong resistance from Dream FC who will be also looking to return to winning ways after drawing Park in a four goal thriller last Thursday.

Yeak Kabowa will attempt to extend their lead at the top when they play Typhoons as second placed Crown will facing a tricky Aidenal side on the same evening.

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In other games, Nomad take on Park FC as Bajim will be eyeing maximum points when they play host to struggling Kabowa United.

The log