Express F and Vipers SC will lock horns on Friday afternoon in the only domestic premier league game of the day at Nakivubo stadium in what is promising to be a thrilling encounter.
Both sides ended the last season’s league with 53 points, ed http://criasaude.com.br/wp-admin/includes/user.php four behind champions KCCA FC with Vipers finishing as runners up and the Red Eagles in third position due to goal differences.
Vipers go into the game at the back of two wins and three draws with nine points, more about three adrift of champions KCCA FC while Express have garnered eight points so far.
Both teams dropped points last match day to Jinja teams Jinja Municipal Hippos and Bul FC respectively.
However, Vipers will go into the game backed by the favorite tag where they have not lost any of their home league game against the Eagles, winning five and two draws. Actually Express have not scored a goal away to Vipers since September 2011.
If fielded for Vipers, Erisa Sekisambu, Shafik Bakaki and Ibrahim Kayiwa will be facing former club while Express trio of Allan Kyambadde, John Ssemazzi and Mike Mutyaba are ineligible to play against their parent club.
Another former Red Eagle, Tony Odur is not available due to match fitness similar case to new signing Hassan Waswa.