Al Wasl vs Al Fujairah by Sors
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The hosts began their second season under Rodolfo Arruabarrena in a good shape, as Al Wasl won five of its previous seven competitive games, with two draws against leaders Al Ain in the opening round of the season (2-2/away) and Al Jazira last Friday (0-0/away).The backbone of the team is almost unchanged compared to last campaign, as Al Wasl looks even stronger with the new additions Salem Juma Awad (defender / from Al Ain), Abdullah Al Naqbi (midfielder / from Al Dhafra) and Anthony Caceres (midfielder / from Manchester City).
Al Wasl owns considerable potential in attack in Ali Salmeen (m / 5+0), Abdullah Al-Naqbi (m / 7+0), Ronaldo Mendes (m / 6+1), Fabio Lima (m / 7+8), Caio Canedo (f / 7+6), etc. and what is also important to be noted: the hosts rarely make mistakes at Zabeel Stadium, where they've recorded three victories in their previous three games this season against Dibba Al Fujairah (3-2/Cup), Emirates Club (3-1) and Al Wahda (2-1).
Derley (midfielder / 3 goals) and top scorer from the last season Bruno Moraes (forward / 7 goals) have left Dibba Al Fujairah during the summer break, but the guests signed with other two experienced players in Alassane Diallo (forward / from Al Shaab) and Ciel (forward / from Ittihad Kalba).However, Dibba Al Fujairah can hardly be compared with the leading teams in this league in terms of individual qualities of the players and is obvious that the guests will rely almost entirely on their games at Fujairah Stadium, while away from home this team already lost three consecutive games against Al Wasl (2-3/Cup), Al Wahda (0-5) and Al Nasr (1-3).
I think that the hosts are capable to cover this handicap.
|Al Wasl - 1.00||Marathonbet||1.75||8||3-2 PUSH (Stake return)|
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