Saudi Arabia vs Indonesia by Sureseye
Saudi Arabia have the option of fielding a mixed squad ahead of this encounter; in any case team would want to finish strong in the qualification process. Goalkeeper Abdullah Al-Anzi will be dropped from the squad for disciplinary reasons. In his absence, the goalkeeper position will likely be filled by either Abdullah Al-Maiouf, or Fahad Al Thunayyan.
Indonesian Coach whose team could make only one point so far, with 2 goals scored and 7 conceded in 5 matches had this to say: "They're playing at home, a good opponent. Not useless they become number one in our group, because they are the most powerful. "
"We want to get a draw. Saudi Arabia is a giant force in Asia, one of the best teams. We are far behind them, and not seeded. But of course we will continue to try, to give the best. We will see how players adapt.’’
Whilst results have proven that Indonesians are far from the Saudis, under a relaxed atmosphere, with Indonesia aging striker Cristian Gonzales who is Indonesia Super League (ISL) 2014 top scorer, he will be hoping to shoulder a restoration of national pride.
|Over 4.5||BetVictor||3.00||8||1-0 LOST (-8 units)|
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.