Uganda makes her introduction in this year’s Cecafa Senior Challenge Cup when they face Burundi at Bukhungu stadium in Kakamega.
Paul Mucureezi will hope his debut appearance on the Regional Tournament leaves a mark.
“I am very ready for the game, and taking part in this tournament is a great opportunity for me to expose my self.”
The KCCA FC midfielder’s last appearance in national colours was a resounding four goals galore in a 5-1 drubbing of South Sudan in a CHAN outing at Philip Omondi Stadium, yet only coming on as a substitute.
The June 22 fixture will give him a huge leap of faith if Cranes Interim Coach Moses Basena grants his wish.
‘‘If I am given chance, I will do my best to impress.”
Tuesday afternoon kickoff will be the only fixture on Match Day two. Uganda opens her account against Les Hirondelles as defending Champions, having won the previous edition in 2015 beating Rwanda 1-0 in Addis Ababa to win a record 14th championship.
Hosts Kenya opened with a 2-0 win over Rwanda in Monday’s opener at Kakamega while Libya and Tanzania settled for goalless stalemate in the 2nd fixture at Machakos,