Express’ striker Tony Odur has challenged his side to avoid complacency and put up a strong show if they are to beat Ndejje University on Thursday.
The Red Eagles are ninth on the table with 20 points and are travelling to a side that sits second from last with only eight points.
Despite the difference in fortunes and performances, Odur says they must not undermine the struggling side because they can cause upset.
“I have never played against them or see them play but I hope they are good boys and young, I know some of them and have experience according to the way I see them some have been playing in the super league and you know teams which are low on the table you have to handle them well because they are fighting relegation so we have to work hard to get the win,” the striker said.
The match will be hosted at the Vision of Arena in Ndejje.
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