Al Ain will face an important challenge in the AFC Champions League when they play at Al Rayyan Qatar at 7:45 pm in a match to qualify for the 16th round of the continental championship for the ninth time in their history. He has a chance to win or draw a draw to get the qualification card, and accompany the independence of Tehran, which has qualified since the last round.
Formation of the two teams
Bandar Al Ahbabi
Muhannad Al Enazi
Mohammed Alaa El Din
Abdul Razzaq Hamdallah
Al-Ain are second with seven points, Al Rayyan are third with six points, while Al Hilal are down two points. They will play their last match against Iran’s independence at the Kuwait Club Stadium in Kuwait.
The win seems to be important for Al-Aynaoui, who also hopes to receive Al Hilal’s Saudi gift by defeating his rival Iranian independence at the same time, to qualify as the leader of the group.
The team, led by Croatian coach Zoran Mamic, has been in the best position for years, reaching the semi-finals of the President’s Cup, while only needing one point in order to qualify for the FIFA Club World Cup for the first time. In December, which is in the interest of the team, as he will play the game with high morale.
Al-Ain will miss the services of international midfielder Mohamed Abdurrahman on suspension, after receiving a red card in the last round. Ismael Ahmed will also be suspended, but at the same time the team will regain the services of international midfielder Ahmed Berman after receiving the suspension. Absent from the meeting because of the accumulation of yellow cards.
Al Ain will find it difficult to provide the right alternative for Mohammed Abdulrahman, as the team includes a lot of outstanding players able to compensate for any absences.
The first leg of the two teams in Al Ain held in February ended with a 1-1 draw. Al Ain scored the goal of Sweden’s Markus Berg.
Zoran: We will depend on our offensive style
“I respect the aspirations of the opposing team, but I am very confident in my team’s ability to achieve a strong result,” said Croatian coach Zoran Mamic. “We look forward to a strong and honorable performance that will enable us to achieve the desired result and qualify for the Champions League final. .
On his absence, he said: “The eye is missing the efforts of players Ismail Ahmed and Mohammed Abdul Rahman because of the suspension, but the team has the alternative ready.
“I assure you that Al Ain always adopts an aggressive approach against all its rivals and its main goal is to win,” he said.