Busoga United 0-4 KCCA
Kyetume 0-1 SC Villa
Kitara 0-1 Express,
Onduparaka 0-1 Bul
UPDF 0-1 URA
Wakiso Giants 2-2 Myda
Five of six StarTimes Uganda Premier League (SUPL) clubs won away from home on Tuesday, with only Wakiso Giants and Myda sharing spoils on match day 11.
Express were in less frightening mood in front of goal on the day, seeing off a spirited Kitara by just a goal to nil, thanks to Frank Kalanda’s strike at Kavumba.
The victory, coach Wasswa Bbosa’s men’s seventh in 11 matches, sees the Red Eagles return to the top of the table on 25 points, one above Vipers who play on Wednesday.
KCCA, who can now claim to have recovered from a lapse that saw them lose three on the trot after winning as many opening games, won by four goals for the second successive match.
They dispatched Busoga United in Jinja 4-0 to move up to fourth on the table on 20 points.
Sadat Anaku, who has endured long spells out with persistent injuries, grabbed a hat-trick, with another youngster Charles Lukwago scoring the fourth.
SC Villa also recovered from a 1-0 defeat to UPDF at the weekend to edge Kyetume with the same scoreline and go seventh on 18 points.
Abdallah Salim’s 68th minute lone goal off a Derrick Ndahiro assist decided the game.
URA’s hushed progress also saw them pip UPDF away in Bombo 1-0, thanks to Steven Mukwala’s goal.
They are level on 24 points with second placed Vipers.
At Greenlight Stadium in Arua, Anwar Ntege’s lone goal subjected Onduparaka to successive home defeat as Bul walked away 1-0 winners.
The victory saw Bul jump up to 10th on 13 points, while Onduparaka are two places up with 15.
At Wakisha Stadium, Tom Masika grabbed a brace for hosts Wakiso Giants in the 2-2 draw with Myda.
Ahmed Hussein Saleh got Myda’s two goals for only their second point in 11 matches.