"Asian Unity" collides with Al-Wasl in search of "local happiness"

Ismail Matar and Ali Salmin in a previous meeting.

From the source

Al Wahda will be a heavy guest at Al Wasl at 18:45 this evening, as part of the fourth stage of the ADNOC Professional League.

Al Annabi enters the match with high spirits and a great desire to win for several reasons, the most important of which is the assertion that his qualification for the quarter-finals of the Asian Champions at the expense of Sharjah was not a coincidence or a stroke of luck, and he is also interested in searching for a victory that brings him back to the fore after he failed over the course of the Bani Yas and Khorfakkan matches. And he settled for a draw, which kept him a little bit away from the competition, to keep him with five points.

It is calculated that Al-Wahda has not lost in 12 consecutive local and Asian matches with its Dutch coach Tin Kat, and the team may suffer from fatigue after the marathon match against Sharjah.

Al-Wasl wants to reconcile with his fans after he overtook Sharjah and lost 3-2 after he was leading 2-0.

In 24 matches between them in the league, each of them won 10 and drew 4.

They tied 2/2 in the last leg of last season at Al Wasl Stadium, while Al Wahda won the first leg 3/2.

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