Derbies world over are always a special football spectacle with fans anxiously cheering their team for a satisfactory result.
TheVilla verses Express clash is not any different even though the rivalry seemsto be in its past glory days.
If Friday’s StarTimes Uganda Premier League clash between Villa and Express is anything to go by at Namboole the fans are in for a worthwhile experience.
The derby comes at a time when the hosts are trying to get back on their feet after an awful start to the season. Villa have just one win in 10 outings, their worst league start in the club’s history.
Villa have changed the technical bench in the process, dropping Moses Basena for Douglas Bamweyana, the latter has managed two draws () and a win in his last three games in charge.
Striker Bashir Mutanda has proved to be a good buy, racking in seven goals in the process and he will be expected to lead the charge on Friday.
The Red Eagles meanwhile seemed to have steadied their ship, they come into the game confident having ended KCCA FC’s unbeaten run with a 3-2 victory in their last outing.
Kefa Kisala’s team is oozing with confidence, striker Eric Kambale has popped up when it matters most albeit his inconsistency. The Wankulukuku based side have managed four wins, five draws and two losses.
Villa are just one place off the relation zone having accumulated only nine points,Express on 16 points occupy ninth position. A win for both would boost their placing on the log but also most importantly earn the bragging rights of the derby.
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