The first of the six oldest league derbies arrives on Tuesday afternoon with Express FC crossing town to play table leaders KCCA FC at Lugogo.
Both teams come into this game at the back of impressive away wins. KCCA beat BUL 3-1 in Jinja while Express surprised Vipers at Nakivubo to emerge 1-0 winners.
The last time KCCA picked maximum points while hosting Express was in March 2013 and have gone on to lose two consecutive games with the Red Army pumping six goals.
The defending champions were confirmed league winners after a one all draw in which Muzamir Mutyaba scored at Wankulukuku.
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The Kasasiros will be without of Martin Mpuuga, Isaac Muleme, Derrick Nsibambi, and Lawrence Kasadha who are still occupying the sick bay.
A win could push Express FC to second or third place depending on results in the Villa vs Soana game.
“We are meeting the most on form team in the league going by their position with good players but we’ve had good preparations to pick a win from them,” Coach Alex Gitta said.
The Red Eagles will miss injured trio that has left back Ismail Kazibwe, Isaac Sserunkuma and Kakooza Mahad while Derrick Tekko, the hero against Vipers, has accumulated three cautions.
Players to watch
KCCA – Robert Ssentongo
Express – Sadaam Juma