Absences worry Ajman ... and stimulate the Bani Yas attack

Baniyas has great offensive power.

Photography: Najeeb Mohammed

Baniyas is a heavy guest to Ajman at 6 pm today, at the opening of the fifth round of the Gulf Arab Football League.

The confrontation seems very difficult for the owners of the land, who had previously suffered three defeats against Al Dhafra, Ittihad Kalba and Al Nasr, before a draw with Hatta.

"Orange" enters the match while he suffers from the absence of eight players from the Egyptian coach Ayman Ramadi's reliance due to injury: defender Hassan Zahran, Saad Sorour, Hussein Abdel Rahman, Portuguese Diego, Abdullah Saleh, Abdulrahman Rakan, Rashid Hassan, Walid Al Yamahi

The task appears to be very difficult for Ajman, who is facing a team with offensive strength, as it comes at the top of the Arab Gulf League clubs, with 13 goals scored, compared to only one goal scored by Orange in his four matches.

Bani Yas impressed the followers of the Arab Gulf League with the strength of his appearance in the first three rounds of the competition, and he is striving to compensate for his loss in the last round from his neighbor Al-Jazira 1-3 and to return again to the track of victories.

The Brazilian dangerous duo Joao Pedro and Argentine Nicolas Jimenez are strong weapons against any team after we managed to score eight goals, five for the first and three for the second, equivalent to 70% of the goals Al Samawi scored so far.

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