- Friday February 11, 2022
- Mutesa II stadium, Wankulukuku 2pm
Ahead of their encounter against bottom placed Tooro United, Express FC duo of Coach Wasswa Bbosa and midfielder John Byamukama are not taking anything for granted.
The Red Eagles drew their last outing goalless with Soltilo Bright Stars and must beat Tooro United to stay within touching distance of leaders.
Byamukama, a former midfielder at Tooro United advised his charges not to take the game lightly.
“Tooro United FC might be struggling but we know we need to approach the game with caution,” Byamukama told the club website.
“We’re not taking it for granted so the boys are ready to deliver maximum points. Personally i am also ready to do my best if the coach gives me an opportunity”.
The hosts welcome winger Godfrey Lwesibawa and Nicholas Kasozi after they missed the last game through injury and suspension.
But Eric Kambale remains out due to personal reasons meaning George Senkaaba will remain the forward to lead the line.
Meanwhile, Tooro United ended a thirteen match winless streak with a 1-0 win over Onduparaka and will hope Muhammad Ssenoga and company are in fine form on the day.
Express are unbeaten at home since losing 2-0 to Arua Hill on opening day of the season [W4, D3]
The Red Eagles have won 4 of the past 7 home meetings against Tooro United including the previous three in a row [D2, L1]