The Mike Mutebi coached side will face the Jinja club as the Premier League returns.
According to Lukwago, they have a clear plan to pick up maximum points away from home.
“We know the threat that BUL possess, and we know how our last encounter went,” Lukwago said before adding.
“They are a good side with a good playing style and decent squad.”
“We have tried to do some research on them and we need all the points to be competitive again so we will try all we can to win.”
“We did not play the two fixtures with them last season.”
“But a lot of things have changed since last campaign and we are ready to get the win,” he added.
Lukwago on injured colleagues
KCCA FC will be without a number of players who are out due to injuries.
Julius Poloto, Sadat Anaku, Dominic Ayella, John Revita, and Gift Ali are all injured.
Meanwhile, Sam Ssenyonjo, Musa Ramathan, Kizza Bukenya, Steven Sserwadda, and Andrew Kawooya are on the U20 team.
However, according to Lukwago, this will not hinder them from collecting maximum points from this tie.
“We are going to miss some of our colleagues who are injured.”
“But it’s an opportunity for the rest to come in and take the chance with both hands.”
“We have a lot of good players and it is just a matter of getting the opportunity to show what they can do,” Lukwago further said.
When the two sides met last season, BUL won the game 3-0 which means that KCCA FC is up for revenge.
Three points from this game will see KCCA FC move to 12 points from six games.