Tadamon Sour vs Shabab Al Sahel
Tadamon Sour didn’t score any goal in 3 games. Meanwhile Shabab Al Sahel got two cleansheets and conceded only one goal against Akhaa Ahli Aley – and it was an own goal!
Shabab Al Sahel have players who are shining especially the players who were recently called-up for the national team training before Dubai camp: the goalkeeper Ali Daher and the midfield players Hussein Rizk and Abbas Assi.
Last week, Tadamon Sour had two or three important opportunities against Ahed but failed to score. In Defense, they didn’t show improvement. It will be a tough game for the Southern club.
Safa vs Akhaa Ahli Aley
Safa has shown worrying signs about the players’ physical conditions. This apparent lack of fitness can be detrimental against a team that has fast players like Daniel Abou Fakher or Ibrahim Bahsoun and who can lead decisive counter-attacks.
Safa, however, has strengths to highlight, including a versatile midfielder.
The good heading of Akram Moghrabi or Mohammad Nasreddine can be a plus for Wata Msaytbe’s team. The red team can count on a good central defense – Nader Marrouche and Shadi Skaff – and an efficient goalkeeper who have conceded only one goal in three games. In comparaison, Safa will not play with its full squad due to the injuries of Hamza Salame, who is playing as a central back, and the two experienced players: Rabih Al Kakhi and Hassan Al Hussein.
Akhaa has a slight advantage. But it remains a tough game to predict given the stakes. Akhaa Ahli Aley – especially their fans – always aims to compete with Safa.