Maroons, Express clash in bid to bounce back to winning ways

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Gladys ZAWEDDE

Maroons FC will seek to overturn the first leg results when they host inconsistent Express FC on Thursday 28th March at Luzira Prisons.

Maroons will be seeking a double over the Red Eagles, having won the first round meeting 1-0 at Wankulukuku.

Express FC head coach Baker Mbowa is searching for his first win since replacing Alex Isabirye at the Wankulukuku based side.

The Prison Warders will also fight to put an end of a six match winless streak, they last won a game on January 5th.

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Muhammad Senfuma head coach is optimistic of maximum points as he thinks there is need to register maximum points since it has been long,

“We have used the two weeks of the international break to rectify the mistakes and I believe every player we shall trust will the best.”

“The preparations we done are good enough earn us maximum points which we are hungry for because it has been long minus winning games.

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The hosts will miss out Abel Eturude and Patrick Bayiga but welcome Darius Ojok.

Alpha Ssali also returns for Express FC from national duty.

Maroons FC is in the sixth position with 31 points victory will only see them increase on the number of points.

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The Red Eagles occupy the ninth position with 29 points incase of victory they will occupy the sixth position.

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