Cops Welcome Red Eagles.

After winning their last five games, the Red Eagles have collected just a single point in their last two games. Having surrendered their unbeaten run to the season to UPDF on Tuesday last week in Bombo, Express drew goalless with struggling Kyetume at the Betway Muteesa II Stadium-Wankulukuku. They sit third on the table with 29 points from the 14 games played so far.

Meanwhile, Police FC are also winless in their last three league games picking up 2 draws against SC Villa and KCCA and lost their first home game to URA FC, which saw them drop to 5th place on the table with 25 points.

At home, Police FC have lost one game this season and won 5 of the 7 games played there so far, while Express FC hasn’t been so brilliant on the road with only four wins in Seven games away from home. There only loss this season also came away from home when they were defeated by UPDF FC 1-0 last week in Bombo.
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The Cops drew with their tenants KCCA FC on Tuesday at the MTN Omondi Stadium in their last league outing. KCCA’s Sadat Anaku scored at almost the death cancelled Muwadda Mawejje’s early opener for Police football club.

Cops Welcome Red Eagles.

A day later, the Red Eagles played out to a goalless stalemate with Kyetume FC at the Betway Muteesa II Stadium-Wankulukuku. Express FC have kept four cleans sheets in their last five outings

Last season, Police fc massively banged Express fc putting 6 goals past them at Lugogo with two braces from youngster Derrick Kakooza and Pius Kaggwa helping Abdallah Mubiru’s side register maximum points against the then struggling Ssimwogerere coached side.

Police FC and Express FC will be meeting for the 23rd time in their history with the Red Eagles holding a slight edge with 9 wins. Police have 6 wins while 7 matches have ended in stalemates.