The two traditional rivals are set to face off on Tuesday evening in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League encounter.
According to Mutebi, this will be a tough game for KCCA FC as SC Villa is currently in superb form.
“They have had a good run, have picked some points and that means they are going to be very confident,” Mutebi said ahead of the game.
“This is going to be a very tough match as far as we are concerned especially that we are going to play away.”
“These are two traditional and most successful clubs in Uganda.”
“It is going to be a tough match as the rivalry will always be there between these two clubs and this will be seen on the pitch,” he added.
SC Villa have won a game against Mbarara City, drew 2-2 against BUL FC before they were defeated 3-1 by URA FC.
Meanwhile, KCCA FC have not dropped a point from their last three games against Bright Stars, Onduparaka and Mbarara City.
Gift Ali, Balinya sidelined
Mike Hillary Muebi’s charges will enter this game without some of their star players in Gift Ali, Juma Balinya, Julius Poloto and Moses Aliro who are injured.
“We do not have Gift Ali, Poloto Julius, Juma Balinya and Moses Aliro.”
“The fixture comes early for Sadat Anaku and Ali but we will see what happens against URA FC,” Mutebi said.
KCCA FC won the last meeting against the SC Villa at the Phillip Omondi Stadium by a scoreline of 4-1.
KCCA have dominated this fixture as in the last 19 games they have picked wins on nine occasions.
Meanwhile, SC Villa have won twice while eight games have ended in draws.