On form Express FC make a short trip to Kavumba to face Bright Stars as both sides target maximum points to climb up the table.

Express are on a good run at the moment with three wins in as many previous games and unbeaten in the last four after wins over Onduparaka, Busoga United and BUL.

On the other hand, Bright Stars ended a four-match league winning streak by edging bottom of the table Onduparaka 1-0 in Arua.

Asaph Mwebaze is only worried of the distance covered to and fro Arua but admits his men will manage the fatigue and do well as they seek to complete a double over seven time champions.

“We need to manage the fatigue after the long journey in Arua but am optimistic of playing well and getting all three points,” said Mwebaze.

Like Express, Bright Stars had gone some good number of games – four to be specific on the losing side and Mwebaze explains.

“Like losing, winning is also a habit and we want to maintain that.”

At Luzira, wounded Maroons and UPDF lock horns as they seek redemption after falling to Blacks Power and champions Vipers respectively.

The army side are 3rd from the table base with 22 points just three ahead of the second relegation candidate while Maroons are on 27 points in 11th place.

Tuesday Fixtures 4pm

  • Arua Hill vs Vipers SC – Barifa stadium, Arua
  • Soltilo Bright Stars vs Express FC – Kavumba
  • Maroons vs UPDF – Prisons Grounds, Luzira

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