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Express have collected only five points from their three matches in April, following their draws against Police [0-0] and Victors [1-1].
On the other hand, Proline are beaming with confidence after registering two big impressive wins over top brass Vipers [1-2] and SC Victoria University [1-0] while they held table leaders KCCA 0-0 away from home.
Coming off the financial set-backs at the club, the Red Eagles will be have a chance to redeem themselves in their domestic fixtures.
“The team moral is high and the Boys are in good shape and are determined to pick maximum points at Wankulukuku, we respect Express FC it’s a good team that has been dominating Ugandan soccer,” Proline Coach Steven Bogere confidently confessed to ChimpSport. The team moral is high and the Boys are in good shape and are determined to pick maximum points at Wankulukuku, we respect Express FC it’s a good team that has bee dominating Ugandan soccer” said Coach Bogere.
Proline’s Mike Serumaga and Ismail Kabungu are expected to continue with their goal-scoring form in this match, while Express will hope the duo of Bony Baingana and Frank Kalanda help them rediscover their goal-scoring touch.
The First round encounter ended 2 -1(Mike Serumaga and Bongole Stephen) in favour of Proline at Lugogo.The First round encounter ended 2 -1(Mike Serumaga and Bongole Stephen) in favour of Proline FThe First round encounter ended 2 -1(Mike Serumaga and Bongole Stephen) in favour of Proline FC
Express are rooted in 11th place, two points behind ninth placed Proline.
Express: Kansole (GK), Waisswa, Kazibwe, Katongole, Kasozi, Mutyaba, Kavuma (Capt), Lukwiya, Kalanda, Lwesibawe, Baingana
Proline: Lukwago Charles (GK), Yusuf Mukisa, Makoba ‘Marco’ Denis, Ausi Kaaya and Tabula Abubaker, Senkubyala ‘Kamista Davis, Ssenfuka Rahmatt, Muhumuza Paddy, Ismail Kabugu, Wadri William Kadogo. Mike Serumaga
Elsewhere, struggling Masaka LC welcome Fred Kajoba’s 10th placed Simba at the Masaka Recreation Grounds while Jinja side BUL FC also hosts fourth placed Uganda Revenue Authority in Kakindu.
Alex Isabirye’s SC Victoria University will look to bounce back from defeats at Proline and Simba that left SCVU trailing in the chase for a top four place, aiming for maximum points against lowly Aurum Roses at Namboole stadium today.
Meanwhile in the games played last Friday, Feni Ali and Owen Kasule ensured URA FC beat Victors FC 2-0, while Entebbe FC stopped Aurum Roses 2-1.
Bidco FC dented Vipers FC‘s chances to close the gap on KCCA FC(also held 1-1 by Kiira Young) after a barren draw, while fourth placed SC Villa also drew 0-0 with Water FC.