Kampala.

League and Uganda Cup winners KCCA have been handed a relatively dicey tie against Mbarara FC in the Round of 64 draw conducted yesterday at Fufa House.
KCCA, who beat Paidha Black Angels 2-0 in the final at the Green Light Stadium, Arua in June last year to lift their ninth Uganda Cup title, drew with Mbarara City 0-0 in the first round fixture at Kakyeka. The Mbarara KCCA that will play in the Cup is different from City in the UPL.
Paidha on the other side will travel to Gayaza to face Fufa Big League (FBL) side Simba. Record winners Express have booked an easier draw against little-known Kachumbala at Wankulukuku and with a relegation scare hanging around their necks, success in the knockout tournament may prove a great reprieve.
Villa’s quest for a tenth Uganda Cup sees them host Hope Doves.

Round of 64
Simba vs Paidha - Gayaza
Onduparaka vs Light SS - Arua
Kyetume vs Luweero Utd - Mukono
Seeta United vs Jinja SSS - Seeta
Nabitende vs Bumate - Iganga
Pallisa United vs Nyamityobora - Pallisa
Villa vs Hope Doves - Masaka
Bronken vs Vipers - Kasese
Kireka United vs Tigers - Namboole
Greater Masaka vs Police – Masaka
Kansai Plascon vs Buitaba – NARO
Lira United vs Kataka – Lira
Ntoda vs Soana – Ntungamo
Express vs Kachumbala – Wankulukuku
Synergy vs Bukedea – Masaka
Doves All Stars vs Agape – Arua
Rushere vs Kamuli Park – Rushere
Kabale Sharp vs Busuula – Kabale
Mbarara FC vs KCCA – Kakyeeka
Vuura vs Bright Stars – Moyo
City Lads vs Kira United – Lugogo
Bugwere vs Ndejje – Bugwere
Ntinda Utd vs Y. Elephants – Kamwokya
Proline vs Nkambi Coffee – Lugogo
Water vs Maroons – Kyambogo
Masavu vs JMC – Bugonga
Suncity vs BUL – Kasese
Busia Fisheries vs UPDF – Busia
URA vs KJT – Namboole
Kitara vs Koboko Rising Stars – Boma
Amuka Bright Stars vs Saviour - Lira