Umm-Salal vs Al Khor by Alexis1016
I'm not going with full confidence in this bet because Umm Salal was not great in the last game against Al-Kharitiyath (0-3) despite they were favorite to win the match like today. Their Turkish manager said his players were a little bit tired and they were over confident after that nice win against Al Jaish (3-2). Let's believe him. Anyway, Al-Kharitiyath played very well in that match. They had an excellent game plan. Umm Salal had the ball more, but didn't have many clear cut chances. Al-Kharitiyath hit Umm Salal on the break and their defensive display was excellent with two good foreigners in the heart of the defence, the Brazilian Domingos and the Ivorian Vivien Assie Koua. I don't think Al Khor will be such strong in defense today, especially as experienced centre-back Nayef Mubarak (12/1) is injured according to Qatari Media. Brazilian offensive midfielder Marco Antonio is also injured. Al Khor have kept a clean sheet in the last round against Al Gharafa, but not because they were great at the back, the Al Gharafa players weren't clinical enough, especially the top scorer of the last two seasons in QSL, Alain Dioko. He is not so good this campaign and missed some great chances to score against Al Khor. Umm Salal will be without Brazilian midfielder Fabio Cesar (injured) and key defender Jawad Akeel (suspended), but two very important defenders Rami Fayez and Welinton should be available again after they missed the game against Al-Kharitiyath through suspension. As I said before Al Khor wasn't great at the back despite that clean sheet and I think Umm Salal will score twice and will win this match because they have a better attack with two good players like Jeremie Aliadiere and Yannick Sagbo. The former Hull City striker is having a good season and I hope he will make the difference today.
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|Umm Salal Over 1.5||Bet365||1.83||7||0-0 LOST (-7 units)|