Express FC welcome newcomers Kirinya Jinja SS FC at Wankulukuku on Saturday in a continuation of match day 8 games.
The two have never met in history making this their maiden clash. Express FC enters this match at the back of a 3-1 pounding at the hands of bitter city rivals KCCA FC on Tuesday.
They will also take heart after the defending champions lost their match on Friday to Vipers SC.
The Red Eagles have drawn only two games this season both against newly promoted Proline FC and Onduparaka home and away.
“Teams that have just been promoted to the league have given us a lot of problems because they are struggling to retain their topflight status, adiposity http://coronaextra.com.au/wp-content/plugins/nextgen-gallery/products/photocrati_nextgen/modules/nextgen_gallery_display/mixin.display_type_form.php ” Express coach Alex Gitta says and cautions, information pills http://datablend.be/wp-includes/feed-rss.php “But tomorrow we shall fight for an early goal to chill pressure. Secondly we have to play as a team
Kirinya, together with JMC Hippos are the only teams not to have registered a win. The school boys have neither scored a single goal despite controlling a better part of their games.
“They will not be an easy team at their home especially after losing their last game but my boys can contain them and probably pick a positive result in that game, if each one has a good day in office,” Isabirye hoped.
The hosts will continue missing the services of Mahada Kakooza and Ismael Kazibwe due to injury but will also have to wait for a late fitness test to decide if Noah Semakula will feature.
Kirinya Jinja SS have an almost fit team in place for the first time this season with Ceasar Sapeo, Kigozi, Barasa, and Musa Magumba all back save for John Wakalaita who is still out.
The game will kick off at 4:30 pm