Following a 4-3 loss to Police despite leading twice in the game, Express take to other clubs where they have to secure much needed points to survive relegation.
Just ten games remain now for the Red Eagles to avoid relegation to the FUFA Big League.
Express have just 16 points on the board but in the likely event that they managed to win half of them, that would still only leave them with 31 points.
Soana (Home) Tue 13/03/2018
A home win against Soana will put them in pole for a great run that could save then the axe. Soana won the reverse fixture 1-0 at Kavumba but have never completed a double over the Red Eagles.
Vipers (Away) Sat 31/03/2018
The game against title contenders comes immediately after the international break. The Venoms won the first game 2-1 away and playing at home, in front of their fans with recharged ambitions.
Kirinya Jinja SS (Away) Tues 03/04/2018
The two sides played to a goalless draw back in September although the visitors were the better side.
Charles Ayiekoh’s side are seemingly safe which leaves pressure on Express but I don’t see the visitors losing this.
Mbarara City (Home) Wed 11/04/2018
Mbarara City won the fixture 1-0 in a game that was a forecast of what was to happen in the future.
But the game in April serves a chance for Express to avenge the painful defeat although both teams will be desperate in search for maximum points.
UPDF (Home) Wed 18/04/2018
Another side Express FC lost to in the first round. The army side looks improved and stable under Steven Bogere and have picked vital points away from home including a 2-1 win over Police.
Maroons (Away) Sat 28/04/2018
Maroons have been hard to beat as SC Villa, Vipers, URA, KCCA and Police can testify and Express
KCCA (Home) Wed 02/05/2018
Red Eagles were unlucky to lose 1-0 late in the game at Lugogo but the return leg comes at such a crucial time in KCCA’s quest for a third league title.
URA (Away) Sat 05/05/2018
The Tax Collectors are among the few sides Express have beaten this season. On paper, URA have had a disappointing season but Paul Nkata and company have something to prove.
SC Villa (Home) Fri 11/05/2018
Last season, SC Villa painfully lost the league title in this fixture but they look a very different side this season.
Masavu (Away) Sat 19/05/2018
Masavu, of all sides won at Mutesa II stadium, Wankulukuku in the reverse fixture and now, it looks much improved.