Betway Power welcome round one bosses and centenary scoring KIU Titans at YMCA this Friday evening for their first meeting of the season.
Going by the statistics and record books, Power have the edge over the KIU Titans, with their most recent clash ending 67-65 in the Betway Power side’s favor.
Titans, however, look to have been looking like they turned fortunes most recently, pushing Power to the end and with over 100 points scored in their opening fixture of the basketball league, there is more than belief in the Kansanga based side.
Titans faithful will hope to see their top performers like Brian Sentongo, Collin Kasujja, Michael Bwanga (MVP from game one), Wilson Otweyo, Welbron Olaa and Denis Balungu are very much on form and in sync if they hope to turn the Power welcome into a sad one for the latter.
The Power’s roster is full of impressive players as well and with the likes of Fahmy Sebantidira, Agutu Samuel, Paul Odong, David Opolot, it’s bound to be an explosive game as each team will have to fight til the end in order to get a chance to challenge the Champions Oilers for the title and overthrow them.
Power have been in the shadow of Oilers for now so long and will be using this game to put their campaign back on track after the opening day loss while the Titans will want to build momentum from their win in the first game, and grab another win this Friday. Nonetheless, the coach remains defiant of the implications of this game.
“The game(against Power) won’t determine how our season goes. For me, it is about us getting better as the season progresses because we know where we want to be,” said coach Brian Wathum.
After playing Betway Power, KIU Titans will play City Oilers, Falcons, Pemba Warriors and JKL Dolphins Men in that order.