URA’s unbeaten start to the season comes to test when they host on form KCCA at Namboole on Today. The four time champions, along with champions Vipers are the only unbeaten sides in the division and have conceded the least number of goals (four), although there have been more draws than wins for Sam Ssimbwa’s side. Under Ssimbwa, URA have not lost a game with their last loss, ironically coming against KCCA in April, a game that saw Paul Nkata quit. KCCA FC last picked an away win off URA on November 26th, 2013, since then, the tax collectors have collected three wins and two draws while hosting KCCA FC, their last meeting at Namboole ended in a barren draw. KCCA FC boast of the best away form this season, they have won four, lost and drawn one, URA have won three and drawn three in their home fixtures this season. James Alitho remains a doubt for the game after limping off in the 1-1 draw with Kirinya Jinja SS but Said Kyeyune, Mathew Odong and Moses Seruyidde will be key for the Tax men. As usual, the visitors will rely on the two Mutyabas, Mike and Muzamiru as well as youngster Allan Okello. KCCA lead the standings with 33 points while URA are 5th with 21 points.