Express FC will usher vipers SC back into the local scene with an epic encounter at Wankulukuku stadium on Friday afternoon. The Uganda Cup holders return after a successful continental outing where they progressed to the first round of the Caf confederation’s cup.
The first leg clash ended with the Red Eagles claiming all the three points through Derrick Tekko’s strike from Saddam Juma’s magic.
The two sides have met 24 times in history, treatment http://daa.asn.au/wp-includes/class-wp-http-curl.php the Kitende outfit winning ten and seven ended in draws.
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Express FC will miss the services of Nigerian import Victor Onyebuchi and Noah Semakula.
Striker Tony Odur has played for both sides and is the top scorer in this fixture with nine goals; three for Express FC and six for his current club Vipers SC.
Coach Richard Waswa has a strong squad to pick from with Siraji Ssentamu and Mike Sserumaga all returning to the team after shaking off injuries.
A win will push Vipers to third place at least until Onduparaka play tomorrow.