Al Ain vs Al Wahda by Rahul

League Leaders Al Wahda travel to former champions Al Ain, who are languishing in mid-table with 17 points but have 2 games in hand.

 

Al Wahda have yet to lose a game this season in the 10 played so far, winning 6 and drawing 4. More than any other year, this looks like this is their best chance to win the title after coming 2nd last year. Al Wahda have relied most of their scoring on Amer Omar, Tagliabúe and Hermach. While Wahda have been in great scoring form, they have also conceded on average a goal per game this season, which has resulted in many of those draws that they faced through out the campaign.

 

Al Ain have been quite good winning 5 out of the 8 games they have played so far, just dropping the solitary game. With a talented line up of players led by UAE star player Omar Abdul Rahman, Mohd. Abdul Rahman and Asamoah Gyan; its no surprise that this team is once again in the hunt for the title that they lost last season. Gyan has been their leading scorer netting 5 goals out of the 20 scored by the team so far. 3 goals a piece have been scored by Stoch, Abdulrahman, Ibrahim & Kembo-Ekoko. This team always love to score goals, but are also conceding a goal per game.

 

This game will be extremely entertaining encounter as both teams know a loss to the other might dent their title hopes. Al Ain has had the better of this match up winning 4 out of the last 5 match ups between the 2 sides. Wahda have really been in charge for most of the campaign; so I am going for Both teams to Score & Over 2.5 goals as well.

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Pick Bookmaker Odds Stake Result
BTTS & Over 2.5 goals Bet365 1.80 6 4-0 LOST (-6 units)
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Comments (2)
Ameer
for Al AIn team , Omar Abdul Rahman and and Asamoah Gyan are out of the game

for Al Wehda Sebastian Tagliabue their most danger striker out too


so the people who score goals are out of this game mate

be carefull incase we get 1-1 or 0-0 in this derby
12/10/2014 - 09:39
CheGuevara
Ameer how can i contact you?
12/10/2014 - 20:49
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