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Lweza beats Express FC 4 – 2 in Wankuluku derby

As witnessed and proven by specialists in the world of sport more so football, derby matches remain one of the most thrilling and a bit unpredictable encounters to a saying that ‘any thing can happen’ in derby games.

On Tuesday, struggling Lweza FC terrified Express FC in Wankuluku Derby with the heaviest defeat at home grounds, suffering a second consecutive home loss as fans witnessed three braces and two penalties kicks in the game.

Though Express FC is the official owner of the Wankuluku Muteesa II Stadium, Lweza also has been using the it this season as a hosting venue for the league and other FUFA related games.

The 3 points from the derby were very crucial for the Kajjansi based boys to the fact that that they made them jump three places from 15th to 12th on the table of 16 teams with 28 points in 27 games.

Express remain 5th with 40 points from 26 games

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