Group C (Nakivubo)
St George v Elman
Express v Rayon
Group A (Mandela)
Yanga v Mlandege
Khartoum 3 v SC Villa
Group B (Mbale)
Borrer v Nzoia Sugar
EXPRESS can secure their CECAFA Club Championship quarterfinal place with victory today, and will show Rwandaâ€™s Rayon no mercy.
Coach Leo Adraa has said his team will not relax despite their winning start to the tournament. Express beat Ethiopiaâ€™s St George 2-1 on Monday.
Rayon Sport had a false start, falling 2-1 to Elman.
â€œIt was a perfect start I can say but we are not yet there,â€ said Adraa after yesterdayâ€™s training.
He said that the absence of Hassan Mubiru and Andrew Mukasa will not undermine their striking prowess with Baby Matiyabo and Fred Okello in charge.
At the Villa camp, Ekuchu Kasongo is fit again. Villa opened their campaign with a 2-0 victory over Yanga.
â€œHe (Kasongo) has fully recovered but the others (Alex Isabirye, Philip Obwiny and Timothy Batabaire) will be confirmed after today (yesterdayâ€™s) training,â€ said coach Micho Sredojevic.
Meanwhile, CECAFA has reprimanded Somali referee Abdul Abdile.
Abdile failed to send off Villaâ€™s Sula Walusimbi after two yellow cards in their opening match against Tanzaniaâ€™s Yanga.
Abdile, together with the other officials Evans Machiya (Kenya), Desire (Burundi), Kinde Hailu (Ethiopia), got stern warnings.
Adraa to show Rayon no mercy, Villa star Kasongo back