Sunday October 8, 2023

  • MTN Omondi stadium, Lugogo 3pm Live on TV

After back to back opening defeats, KCCA are desperate to get their first points of the season when they host rivals Express at the MTN Omondi stadium, Lugogo.

The 13-time champions lost 1-0 and 2-1 to BUL and Maroons respectively and a third game without maximum points will leave the Kasasiro in bottom three.

Sergo Traguil is aware and wants the tables turned against the Red Eagles.

“We just have to turn the tables and bring our quality up, go to the game, bring the responsibility to ourselves and behave like the club we are – KCCA,” Traguil told the club media.

“It should be this game (winning) because it doesn’t make sense if we have a possession of 70, and at the end of the day, we’re angry because we didn’t win the game.”

“It’s time to do something for the fans and the things that happened against Maroons, it can’t happen again,” he added.

James Odoch knows what his side should expect from wounded KCCA in front of their home fans but doesn’t shy away from wanting to win the game.

“We are well aware that this will be a challenging match because KCCA FC will be playing at home, and they have suffered two consecutive league losses, so they’ll be eager to bounce back,” Odoch told the club media.

“Nevertheless, our preparations have been thorough. While we faced a 3-0 defeat on our last visit to Lugogo, the players are highly motivated and fully prepared to secure all three points,” he added.

The previous 10 league meetings have produced 4 wins for KCCA, 1 for Express [D5] and the Red Eagles last beat the Kasasiro 3-2 at Wankulukuku in 2018 while their last away win at KCCA was in 2015 when they won 3-0.

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