Bbosa faces former pay-masters

Defending League champions and CECAFA Kagame Cup champions Express FC return to league action with an away trip to Fort Portal to face Tooro United at the Buhinga stadium

Wasswa Bbosa’s charges are hoping to pick up their first away win of the season in the new year and also keep their 11 games unbeaten run with high momentum.

This will be the 7th meeting between both sides across all competitions with the Red Eagles managing four wins compared to Tooro United’s two.

The Red Eagles are on an unbeaten run of 10 league games, two games away from breaking their own record last season of 12 unbeaten games.

“We’ve been preparing well ahead of Tuesday’s away game to Tooro United. Contrary to what many think, Tooro are a stubborn side and we have to work extra hard to earn maximum points. We know they’re on an awful run but that doesn’t mean it’s going to be a one sides game, we’re here to get maximum points to close the gap at the top of the table”. Wasswa Bbosa.

Bottom of the log Tooro United are winless in their last five outings conceding 18 goals in the process.

Arthur Kiggundu and Abel Etrude remain long term absentees. Ivan Mayanja, Nicolas Kasozi and Yaya Mahad Kakooza also miss out on the trip due to various illnesses.

Bbosa faces former pay-masters

Issa Lumu returns to the squad after serving his suspension, The rest of the squad is fit and available for selection. The team has no suspensions.

Express fc comes into this match fourth on table with 23 points from the 13 games played so far in the league whereas Tooro United comes into this match bottom on the table with only four points accumulated from the 13 games in the league.