Ndejje University will play host to Express FC at Arena of Visions where they will look for a third consecutive win after back to back wins against Maroons and Tooro United.
Prior to the two games, the University side had picked just two wins in 18 games and will have a confidence boost backing them.
They face a Red Eagles side that they held goalless at Mutesa II stadium, Wankulukuku towards the end of the first round and playing at home, they will fancy their chances.
With Francis Onekalit, Anwar Ntege and Noel Nasasira, they have a potent attack that will test a seemingly defensive minded Express under new coach George Ssimwogerere.
The former Express captain is upbeat ahead of the game and knows a thing or two about the side.
“I have seen them (Ndejje University) play against Police,” he told the club website.
“They are tall men and fight for the ball but they are not so comfortable with it and can make mistakes if we manage to press and put them under pressure,” he added.
Shafik Kakeeto could return to the team after sitting out the 1-1 draw with Maroons due to injury but Eric Kambale remains on the sidelines.
Tony Odur and Brian Umony could start a game together for the first time.
Ndejje University, third from bottom with 16 points could move from the relegation zone with a victory while Express, 9th on the table with 25 points have a chance to go 7th.
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