The match comes as a replay of the final scene of the 61st general league on the same stadium two weeks ago, which ended with Al-Ansar winning 2-1 and winning the title for the 14th time in its history, and enhancing its record.
The supporters are looking forward to achieving “double” by collecting the league and cup competitions. Meanwhile, Nejmeh seeks to compensate by winning an official title, knowing that he will represent Lebanon with Al-Ansar abroad in the 2022 AFC Cup competition.
Al-Ansar misses its defender captain Moataz Billah Al-Junaidi, due to suspension, due to his exit with a second yellow card from the match against Al-Burj in the semi-final round.
The match is led by international referee Muhammad Issa, who previously led the two teams’ match at the end of the tournament.