A football match between Boroboro tigers and KCC FC has been rescheduled on grounds of foul play. The match earlier scheduled for May 14 has been moved closer and will be played today, despite disagreements between the Boroboro FC officials and the FUFA competitions committee. Moses Magogo, chairman of the FUFA competitions committee, says that the decision to reschedule the match stems from concerns about the possibility of foul play by the title contenders. Past experience has shown that the giant teams tend to manipulate their way to the title, if allowed to play at the end. Magogo cites an incident in August 2003 when a AKOL FC, a Lira based team was beaten 22 goals to 1 in a controversial game played at Namboole stadium raising suspicion about match fixing. FUFA Competitions Committee says all final matches will be played between the teams vying for the Super League title. The battle for the title is believed to include table leaders, KCC FC , Sports Club Villa, and URA.