The FUFA Super League reaches its climax this afternoon with eight games on card.
KCCA FC, who were crowned FUFA Super League champions last week, will face second placed URA FC in a battle for bragging rights.
?We want to complete the league on a high and make our fans happy. Playing well against URA FC will be a good morale booster,? said KCCA FC Coach George Nsimbe.
Meanwhile, three teams Vipers FC, SC Victoria University and SC Villa all have chance to capture third position in their respective games today.
Vipers FC, runners-up in the knock out Uganda Cup last year, will be up against SC Villa, while SC Victoria University who have rediscovered their winning form battle Masaka FC.
?We are still in contention for the Uganda Cup, but we also want to finish in a good position in the League,? said SC Victoria University?s youthful Coach Alex Isabirye. Army side Simba FC, who are also still in the Uganda Cup, will host Kira Young at their Bombo Stadium.
Uganda Cranes marksman Mike Sserunkuma is expected to lead 11th placed Proline FC against already relegated Water FC as they battle for a top ten finish.
?We are not taking this last game lightly because we want to get a win to improve our standing on the log,? said Proline?s Coach Steven Bogere.
The other games on Friday will involve Victors FC against Bidco, while Police FC who survived relegation will play Aurum Roses FC.
Last seasons champions Express FC who will represent Uganda at the 2013 Cecafa Kagame Club Championships in Sudan next month will be up against Entebbe FC.