SINAN RAJUB SENOGA
Express FC vs Tooro United
Wednesday October 31st
Kick off : 4:00pm
Muteesa II stadium, Wankulukuku
Express FC will host Wasswa Bbosa’s Tooro United on Wednesday in a bid to clinch their first victory at home this season.
Both sides will be seeking to bounce back from goalless draws in their previous games. Express drew with BUL while Tooro United failed to see off new entrants in Paidha Black Angels.
Express are yet to win a game at home this season while Tooro United’s only victory was secured on road against BUL FC.
Express FC: D W L D
Tooro United : D L W L
Tooro United has 4 points accumulated after 4 games, that’s a point lesser than Express FC’s.
The encounter pits Tooro United’s coach Wasswa Bbosa against his former paymasters. Bbosa comes with a host of former Express players who include Godfrey Lwesibawa, Isa Lumu, Simon Serunkuma, Ayub Kizza, Mahad Yaya Kakooza and Musa Mukasa.
2012 winning skipper will miss out on the reunion trip after being stretched off in club’s previous game in Arua.
Kefa Kisala will also cope up without injured striker Ruben Kabuye and youngster Billy Nkata who is ill. He however welcomes Badiru Nsubuga from injury.
Returning defender Isaac Mutanga is expected to make his debut after securing his player’s licence in the eleventh hour.
The Wankulukuku outfit has won 4 of the 10 previous meetings drawing 3 times while Tooro United (previously as Soana) has won on 3 occasions.
A win can propel Express to as high as the 6th place while Tooro United can move 5 places from the 12th position should they clinch victory at Wankulukuku.