Al-Ittihad is giving up the opportunity to share the leadership of Al-Hilal, and Al-Wahda complicates luck

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The lead race and escape from the specter of relegation intensifies in the Pro League

The competition in the Prince Mohammed bin Salman Professional Football League is raging, after five matches from the 26th round, while the matches of Al Hilal, Al Nasr and Al Ahly clubs have been postponed due to their participation in the AFC Champions League.

The results of the five matches did not result in any change in the ranking table for the teams competing at the top of the standings or looking to escape from the specter of relegation, as the effect of their results on the middle of the table was satisfied.

The results of the tour

Al-Ittihad lost the opportunity to jump to the top equally with the leaders Al-Hilal and its runner-up Al-Shabab (48 points for both), with its sudden fall in the trap of a negative draw with its host Al-Batin, to remain in third place with 46 points.

The deal was the biggest winner. As he became 3 points away from the top quadruple by rising to the fifth place 38 points thanks to his victory over his counterpart Al-Wahda with a goal without response, and the latter’s chances of staying for another season in the professional league, especially as it became in the fifteenth place (and the penultimate with 27 points).

The Abha team revived its hopes of continuing in the professional league, thanks to its precious victory over the bottom of the table, Al Ain, with a goal free of charge, raising its score to (34 points in eleventh place). This defeat brought Al Ain close to returning to the first league relegation, and staying in the senior league has become a matter of time. More.

Al-Raed continued his series of positive results for the fourth consecutive round after he achieved a late victory over his host Al-Qadisiyah with a goal without response, through which he rose to seventh place on the ranking table by 35 points, while the loss deprived Al-Qadisiyah of the opportunity to improve his position and rise to sixth place to remain tenth with 34 points.

Damak’s team failed to get out of the downward spiral by tying it with its host Al Fateh, who rose to eighth place with 35 points, while Damak’s team’s point counter stopped at 28 points in the fourteenth position, which is one of the qualifying positions for the relegation of the First Division League.

The date of the remaining matches

The round competitions are expected to be completed on Wednesday and Friday the twenty-third and twenty-fifth of the current month of Ramadan, corresponding to the fifth and seventh of next May.

On Wednesday, the 23rd of Ramadan, Al-Nasr will meet with its guest Al-Faisaly at the “Marsool Park” stadium at King Saud University in Riyadh.

The summit of the round matches, which brings together the leaders Al Hilal and the youth runner-up, will be held in the Riyadh derby on Friday, the 25th of Ramadan, at Prince Khalid bin Sultan Stadium in Al Shabab Club.

The round matches are concluded with the confrontation of Al-Taawon and its counterpart Al-Ahly, which is scheduled for King Abdullah Sports City Stadium in Buraidah.




Al-Ittihad is giving up the opportunity to join Al-Hilal as the leader … and Al-Wehdah complicates its chances of survival

Previously

The competition in the Prince Mohammed bin Salman Professional Football League is raging, after five matches from the 26th round, while the matches of Al Hilal, Al Nasr and Al Ahly clubs have been postponed due to their participation in the AFC Champions League.

The results of the five matches did not result in any change in the ranking table for the teams competing at the top of the standings or looking to escape from the specter of relegation, as the effect of their results on the middle of the table was satisfied.

The results of the tour

Al-Ittihad lost the opportunity to jump to the top equally with the leaders Al-Hilal and its runner-up Al-Shabab (48 points for both), with its sudden fall in the trap of a negative draw with its host Al-Batin, to remain in third place with 46 points.

The deal was the biggest winner. As he became 3 points away from the top quadruple by rising to the fifth place 38 points thanks to his victory over his counterpart Al-Wahda with a goal without response, and the latter’s chances of staying for another season in the professional league, especially as it became in the fifteenth place (and the penultimate with 27 points).

The Abha team revived its hopes of continuing in the professional league, thanks to its precious victory over the bottom of the table, Al Ain, with a goal free of charge, raising its score to (34 points in eleventh place). This defeat brought Al Ain close to returning to the first league relegation, and staying in the senior league has become a matter of time. More.

Al-Raed continued his series of positive results for the fourth consecutive round after he achieved a late victory over his host Al-Qadisiyah with a goal without response, through which he rose to seventh place on the ranking table by 35 points, while the loss deprived Al-Qadisiyah of the opportunity to improve his position and rise to sixth place to remain tenth with 34 points.

Damak’s team failed to get out of the downward spiral by tying one with its host Al-Fateh, who rose to eighth place with 35 points, while Damak’s team’s point counter stopped at 28 points in the fourteenth position, which is one of the qualifying positions for the relegation of the First Division League.

The date of the remaining matches

The round competitions are expected to be completed on Wednesday and Friday the twenty-third and twenty-fifth of the current month of Ramadan, corresponding to the fifth and seventh of next May.

On Wednesday, the 23rd of Ramadan, Al-Nasr will meet with its guest Al-Faisaly at the “Marsool Park” stadium at King Saud University in Riyadh.

The summit of the round matches, which brings together the leaders Al-Hilal and the youth runner-up, will be held in the Riyadh Derby on Friday, the 25th of Ramadan, at Prince Khalid bin Sultan Stadium in Al Shabab Club.

The round matches are concluded with the confrontation of Al-Taawon and its counterpart Al-Ahly, which is scheduled at King Abdullah Sports City Stadium in Buraidah.

April 21, 2021 – Ramadan 9, 1442

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The lead race and escape from the specter of relegation intensifies in the Pro League

The competition in the Prince Mohammed Bin Salman Professional Football League is raging, after five matches from the 26th round, while the matches of Al Hilal, Al Nasr and Al Ahly clubs have been postponed due to their participation in the AFC Champions League.

The results of the five matches did not result in any change in the ranking table for the teams competing at the top of the standings or looking to escape from the specter of relegation, as the effect of their results on the middle of the table was satisfied.

The results of the tour

Al-Ittihad lost the opportunity to jump to the top equally with the leaders Al-Hilal and its runner-up Al-Shabab (48 points for both), with its sudden fall in the trap of a negative draw with its host Al-Batin, to remain in third place with 46 points.

The deal was the biggest winner. He became 3 points away from the top quadruple by rising to the fifth place 38 points thanks to his victory over his counterpart Al-Wehda with a goal without a response, and the latter’s chances of staying for another season in the professional league, especially as it became in the fifteenth place (and the penultimate with 27 points).

The Abha team revived its hopes of continuing in the professional league thanks to its precious victory over the bottom of the table, Al Ain, with a free goal, raising its tally to (34 points in eleventh place). This defeat brought Al Ain close to returning to the first league, and staying in the senior league has become a matter of time. More.

Al-Raed continued his series of positive results for the fourth consecutive round after he achieved a late victory over his host Al-Qadisiyah with a goal without response, through which he rose to seventh place on the ranking table by 35 points, while the loss deprived Al-Qadisiyah of the opportunity to improve his position and rise to sixth place to remain tenth with 34 points.

Damak’s team failed to get out of the downward spiral by tying one with its host Al-Fateh, who rose to eighth place with 35 points, while Damak’s team’s point counter stopped at 28 points in the fourteenth position, which is one of the qualifying positions for the relegation of the First Division League.

The date of the remaining matches

The round competitions are expected to be completed on Wednesday and Friday the twenty-third and twenty-fifth of the current month of Ramadan, corresponding to the fifth and seventh of next May.

On Wednesday, the 23rd of Ramadan, Al-Nasr will meet with its guest Al-Faisaly at the “Marsool Park” stadium at King Saud University in Riyadh.

The summit of the round matches, which brings together the leaders Al Hilal and the youth runner-up, will be held in the Riyadh derby on Friday, the 25th of Ramadan, at Prince Khalid bin Sultan Stadium in Al Shabab Club.

The round matches are concluded with the confrontation of Al-Taawon and its counterpart Al-Ahly, which is scheduled at King Abdullah Sports City Stadium in Buraidah.





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