The draw takes Express FC to eight points in the seventh position of the table while SC Villa moves to four points in three games, SC Villa missed the first three opening games as they were settling thier club licensing issues
Hosts Express FC and arch-rivals SC
Villa played to a goalless draw in a StarTimes Uganda Premier League match played this afternoon at the Betway Mutesa II memorial stadium in Wankulukuku.
It was a tough contest as both sides came all out to try and dominate the derby, but few goal scoring opportunities were created.
The home side struggled to find their touch with their star forward Erick Kambale completely marked out by the SC Villa defending line led by Semakula and Gift Fred. Express forward Martin Kizza came close few minutes to half time, but his effort as stopped by goal keeper
SC Villa forwards Oscar Mawa and Travis Mutyaba were busy trying to push forward to get goals, but failed to beat Express FC goalkeepr Joel Mutakubwa.
Express FC Head coach Wasswa Bbosa said they had several chances
to secure a victory but his players lacked good finishing of the ball.
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Express FC midfielder Charles Musiige said it was a tough
derby for his side, adding that a draw is not bad result.
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The draw takes Express FC to 7th place with eight points, SC Villa moves to four points after three games.
Elsewhere in Uganda Premier League, Police FC lost 1-0 away to Onduparaka FC at Greenlight stadium in Arua, while URA
FC settled for a 2-2 draw against Bidco FC at Arena of Visions. KCCA FC lead the table 16 points from six games played, while Vipers SC are second with 13 points.