Al Hilal seeks to return to the track of victories, when it hosts Al-Fateh at King Fahd International Stadium in the capital, Riyadh, while Damak seeks to seize the lead when it faces its sub-guest, and in Al-Majma’ah, Al-Fayhaa looks forward to regaining its balance when it faces Abha, at the opening of the 14th stage of the Mohammed bin Salman Professional Cup League. , Saturday.
Al-Hilal suffered in its last three matches, in which the taste of victories was not known for the first time, which kept it away from the leaders Al-Ittihad by 5 points, with a postponed confrontation between them.
Al Hilal received its first loss of the season against its arch-rivals Al Nasr last Thursday, 2-0, in a match postponed from the eighth stage.
Al Hilal managed to score an important victory last Monday at the expense of its leading guest in the King’s Cup, to face its arch-rival Al Nasr in the quarter-finals.
The Portuguese Leonardo Jardim received a strong blow after the absence of team captain Salman Al-Faraj was confirmed due to an injury that will keep him out for 7 days.
Al Hilal enters the match while it is in fourth place with 21 points, 5 points behind the leaders Al Ittihad.
On the other hand, Al-Fateh enters the match in difficult technical conditions after its poor performance in its last matches.
Al-Fateh had left the King’s Cup competition from the last eight after losing 3-2 to its guest Al-Ittihad last Monday.
Al-Fateh did not know the taste of victories in its last four matches, as it lost from Al-Tai, Al-Ittihad and Abha, and tied against Damak to fall to 12th place with 13 points, two points behind Al-Hazm, bottom of the standings.
At Prince Sultan bin Abdulaziz City Stadium in Mahalla, Damak is looking to seize the lead temporarily, when it hosts Al-Batin.
Damak failed to maintain its lead after drawing in its last match before stopping at its host Al-Fateh 5-5, to fall to third place with 25 points, one point behind the leaders Al-Ittihad.
In the King’s Cup, Damak left the competition early after losing to its host Al Shabab 5-0 last Sunday in the final price round.
On the other hand, Al-Batin enters the match with high spirits after the good performance of the team in its last three matches in the league and cup.
Al-Batin collected 4 points in its last two matches in the league, after its 3-2 victory against its guest Al-Taawon and its 0-0 draw against its guest Al-Hazm, raising its score to 13 points, advancing to 13th place.
In the King’s Cup, Al-Batin booked his place in the quarter-finals after his difficult victory against his guest Al-Hazm with a clean goal scored by Angolan striker Fabio Abreu.
At Al Majmaah Sports City Stadium, Al Fayhaa is looking forward to regaining its balance when it hosts the wounded Abha.
Al-Fayhaa did not know the taste of victories in its last two matches, as it tied against Al-Taawun and Al-Hilal, to fall to sixth place with 19 points.
Al-Fayhaa hopes to repeat its victory over Abha, as it swept it 4-0 last Tuesday in the King’s Cup quarter-finals.
On the other hand, Abha seeks to continue its awakening in the league, after the good results it provided in the past two stages, with its victory over Al-Ahly and its 1-1 draw against Al-Hilal, to advance to 11th place with 14 points.
Abha is looking for his rehabilitation against Al-Fayhaa, who defeated him 4-0 last Tuesday in the King’s Cup final price round.