Al-Jazira will be looking for another win after a 3-5 Arabian Gulf League success against Shabab Al-Ahli Dubai.
It’s been a rare occasion in recent times where Al-Jazira haven’t conceded. The facts show that Pride of Abu Dhabi have failed to prevent opponents from scoring in 5 of their previous 6 clashes, giving up 7 goals on the way.
Since suffering a loss in their previous game against Al-Fujairah in Arabian Gulf League action, Hatta and their travelling supporters will be hoping that they can get a better result in this one.
The trend of at least one team not scoring a goal in games involving Hatta has become noticeable in recent matches. Looking at their last six meetings shows that it has occurred 5 times. During those clashes, their opponents have hit a goal aggregate of 17 and Tornado have scored 2. Despite that, time will tell if the trend will continue on in this upcoming match.
Heading into this contest, Hatta are without a win away from home in their last 5 league games.
Team News: Al-Jazira
Al-Jazira manager Marcel Keizer doesn’t have any fitness concerns at all ahead of this game thanks to a completely healthy squad ready to go.
Team News: Hatta
With a fully injury-free squad ready to go, Hatta manager Christos Kontis has no fitness worries to report before this match.
We feel that in this game, Al-Jazira can and should dominate possession and create several successful chances.
In contrast, Hatta are also probably going to find it difficult to get shooting opportunities although we do think that they will probably end up converting at least once.
We’re tipping a 3-1 win for Al-Jazira at the end of this one.
What are the top odds for the game?
Looking at what the bookmakers’ view is of this game on the full-time result market, a victory for Al-Jazira is best priced at 1.17, a bet on the draw is 7.5 & betting on the win for Hatta can be had at 13. They’re the best bets that can be secured as of now.