Al Ahli vs Sharjah by Peter

It's the 5th round in the United Arab Emirates League, Al-Ahli Dubai Club receives the visit of Sharjah Cultural Sports Club.


Even if it's 5th round, Al-Ahli Dubai Club played only 2 matches in the championship because they played in the AFC Champions League and their championship matches were postponed, in the first match they won with 8-1 at home against Fujairah SC and in the second match they won with 2-1 at home against Al-Dhafra SCC.


On the other side, Sharjah Cultural Sports Club has a bad season start, after 4 rounds they are on the 12th place with with 1 points, in this season they didn't won, made 1 draw and lost 3 matches, they also managed to score 4 goals and received 7 goals.


Al-Ahli Dubai Club is a very big club, they have 8 players at the national team of United Arab Emirates, in the transfer period they transferred 2 players, but very good players, Lima (32 years, Centre Forward), last season he scored 19 goals and delivered 8 assists in 34 championship matches for SL Benfica, Moussa Sow (29 years, Left Wing) is their second transfer, last season he scored 14 goals and delivered 4 assists in 33 matches for Fenerbahce SK, even if Moussa Sow was transferred at the end of August and he played only 30 minutes I believe that he will start from the first minute in this match, he can't play in the AFC Champions League because he wasn't in the squad when the competition started so he will be used more in the championship.


Sharjah Cultural Sports Club is a small team, they have 4 players from Brazil, but no notable name, they have only one player at the national team of United Arab Emirates, their goalkeeper, who is the 3rd goalkeeper of the national team.


In the last 4 matches between this two, Al-Ahli Dubai Club won 3 times and 1 match ended with a draw.


Al-Ahli Dubai Club seems to be in a very good form this year and the two new transfers will make a big difference for them, in my opinion they will win this match with
Tip Bookmaker Odds * Stake Result
Half Time/Full Time: Al Ahli (UAE)/Al Ahli (UAE) BetVictor 2.45 8 3-1 LOST (-8 units)
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.
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Comments (9)
Sharjah Cultural Sports Club is a small team ???? this mean you know nothing about this league and you should not write wrong info for people mate :)
10/15/2015 - 09:38
@ Steve, no, sorry, they are a big team, last season they finished on 12th place, 2 season ago on 7th place, 4 seasons ago they relegated in the second division, they didn't won anything since 2003, but they are a big team.
10/15/2015 - 14:36
What you say that doesnt mean they are "small team" .
10/15/2015 - 15:14
@Alexxx309, but what's the difference between a big team and a small team if you can tell me, it's like you are saying Atlético Madrid is a big team but also Getafe CF is a big team and Granada CF is a big team...

If you can tell me because I don't know what makes the difference between a big team and small team... I believe that only the performances can make this difference, but it seems I'm wrong...
10/15/2015 - 15:53
Half time with Al alhi down by a goal.
10/15/2015 - 19:17
I think and this is definitely Peter dont know to bet about games of other country , he know only about romanian football, sorry Peter but this is reality , i lost with this bet today about 500€, .:-/
10/15/2015 - 19:24
I know, I believe that it was another fake match, 2/1... Now it's 2-1 for Al Ahli and Sharkjah has a red card...
10/15/2015 - 19:25
@LR10, 500 euros paid for the bet or 500 euros probably winning? Because I don't believe the first option...
10/15/2015 - 19:30
And also, normally Al-Ahli Dubai Club would won with no problems, but you see, some matches are strange, like this one, the away team scored from a corner in the first half and that was their only shot on target...

And now they scored 3 goals in 15 minutes...
10/15/2015 - 19:32
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