Uganda Premier League
The Saints vs Express
Bombo military grounds 4pm
Express football club will seek to return to winning ways against the Saints after going two games without a win.
The red eagles who started the season on a high winning the Wankulukuku derby against Lweza have seen their next two games against Proline and Onduparaka end in draws.
Alex Gitta, ambulance http://danceexchange.org/wp-includes/formatting.php the Express head coach believes they have worked on a few issues that denied them maximum points in the previous games and expects a better performance against the Saints
“We failed to win against Onduparaka and Proline because we were wasteful in front of goal but I believe we have worked, website like this http://centerforblackbelt.org/wp-content/plugins/nextgen-gallery/products/photocrati_nextgen/modules/nextgen_pagination/module.nextgen_pagination.php ” he said.
Saints on the other hand have had mixed results but managed to pick an away win in Jinja against BUL on Tuesday courtesy of veteran striker Godfrey Wakaza.
The last meeting between the two sides ended in a 1-0 for Express, a late penalty from Vincent Kayizzi at Wankulukuku although the Saints had won the reverse fixture 3-0.
The saints have not lost a game at home in the last six games winning two and drawing four. The red eagles lie 4th on the table with 5 points while the Saints occupy 8th spot with four points.