Uganda Premier League
Express vs Onduparaka
Muteesa II stadium, symptoms http://codapostproduction.com/wp/wp-includes/random_compat/random_bytes_openssl.php Wankulukuku 4:30pm
Newly promoted side Onduparaka continue the search for their maiden win the Azam Uganda Premier League with a trip to Muteesa II stadium, healing http://cycling.today/wp-includes/category-template.php Wankulukuku on Tuesday to face Express.
After two games in the top tier league, the caterpillars are yet to find the right foot drawing in their opening game against Soana in Arua and falling 2-0 to Bright stars in Mwererwe.
Since then, the club has had a change in the technical bench with Charles Livingston Mbabazi replacing Haruna Mawa as the assistant coach to join head coach Leo Ardraa and goalkeeping coach Moses Oloya.
The West Nile side welcome back Rashid Toha and skipper Muhammad Shaban who return from national team duty with the rest of the other players available with no injury concerns.
On the other hand, Express started the season on a good note collecting four points in two games. The red eagles opened their season with a 2-1 win over Lweza before earning an away point off Proline.
Herman Wasswa remains the main target man for Express having a hand in all the three goals the team has scored. Wasswa scored twice against Lweza and assisted Ivan Sserunkuma for the goal against Proline.
Alex Gitta, the Express head coach will be without Ismael Kazibwe who is injured.
Express are 6th on the logo with 4points while Onduparaka lie a distant 13th with one point in two games