2018/19 Arabian Gulf League champion Sharjah is determined to prove that his severe form loss is not final when he receives Khor Fakkan.
The king’s winless run was extended to five games last weekend when Al Nasr beat him 2-1. In this third defeat in this alarming period, the long-term front runners fell further back to third place, four points behind.
You will now try to answer the doubts that swirled around you around 11am on Thursday eveningth-placed opponents who suffered four defeats against Al Dhafra last Sunday.
“The difficult circumstances and the current situation of the team make it necessary that we redouble our efforts.” said defense attorney Khalid Ibrahim. “We take part in every game by recognizing the importance of its points and preserving our chances of winning the title.”
On the same night there are many contrasting ambitions in the clash between the bottom Hatta and the front runner Al Jazira. President’s Cup and Arabian Gulf Cup finalist Shabab Al Ahli Dubai Club travels to an Ajman kept head-to-head out of the drop zone alone, while Fujairah should be inspired in second place To win Al Wasl’s undefeated AGL series in nine games.
The latest meeting between the great rivals Al Wahda and Al Ain will take place on Friday. At the center of the table, Ittihad Kalba is defined versus Dhafra, and runner-up Bani Yas faces a rigorous test against fourth-placed challenger Nasr.
MATCH WEEK 20 FASTENERS
17:45 Ajman versus Shabab Al Ahli Dubai Club
17:45 Hatta versus Al Jazira
20:15 Sharjah versus Khor Fakkan
20:15 Fujairah versus Al Wasl
17:45 Bani Yas versus Al Nasr
17:45 Ittihad Kalba versus Al Dhafra
20:15 Al Wahda versus Al Ain
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