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Sharjah fears second loss in "unit testing"

2019-12-31T22:04:48.320Z

Sharjah faces a new challenge when it hosts Al-Wahda at 8:45 pm today, in the matches of Round 12 of the Arab Gulf Football League, as the "King" hopes to restore his consideration, restore his pride and return to the track of victories, after he lost the lead in favor of Al-Ahly youth, after he froze



Sharjah faces a new challenge when it hosts Al-Wahda at 8:45 pm today, in the matches of Round 12 of the Arab Gulf Football League, as the "King" hopes to restore his consideration, restore his pride and return to the track of victories, after he lost the lead in favor of Al-Ahly youth, after he froze His score at 24 points, following the first loss he suffered in the league against Al Dhafra in the last round 1-3, and Sharjah fears the second loss in a row, which is far from the summit he occupied since the beginning of the current season.

Although Sharjah will face unity, his thinking will be directed towards Hazza Bin Zayed Stadium, which hosts the Al Ain confrontation with Al Ahly youth tomorrow, as he hopes that the leader will be able to block Al Ahly youth, who leads the standings with 26 points, two points behind Sharjah.

Sharjah coach Abdulaziz Al-Anbari is trying to pass the unit test by finding new solutions that enable him to win, at the same time compensating for the absence of the trump card in the ranks of the Brazilian professional team, Igor Cornado, who recently underwent surgery after suffering a complete cut in the connective muscle.

Sharjah will be playing this match with the memories of last season's league, in which it beat Al Wahda back and forth, with a score of 3-2 in both games.

On the other hand, the unit looks forward to regaining its natural position as one of the top clubs in the league, reconciling with its fans, and getting rid of the repercussions of the past loss in front of Al Ain in Round 11, and its score at 14 points in the eighth place was frozen.

Al-Wahda seeks to avoid the sixth loss in the league, and is counting heavily on its winning attack cards led by Argentine Sebastian Tigali.

Al-Wahda is losing influential elements in today's game, such as Ismail Matar, Hamdan Al Kamali, Ahmed Rashid and Abdullah Al Rifai.

Source: emara

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