Al-Hilal Club restored the services of its attacker Salem Al-Dusri, ahead of the Tai clash at the Kingdom Arena Stadium, next Thursday, with the 33rd round.

The leader will be crowned the Saudi League at home and in the middle of his fans, in front of Al Tai.

Salim Al-dusri, the star of Team Al Hilal, participated in his team’s team training on Monday evening, after completing his qualifying program to recover from the hip rear muscle injury sustained during his team’s encounter against Al Ain UAE, in the second leg of the AFL semi-finals.

Al-Dusri is ready to play from his team’s meeting against Al Tai on Thursday in the penultimate round of the Saudi Professional League.

The return of Al Dusri at this time is an important and crucial paper, through which the technical and medical staff sought to be ready to play the final match of the Copa del Rey against the traditional rivals Al-Nasr, at the conclusion of the current sporting season.

On the other hand, Yasser Al-Shahrani, the left-back of the Al-Hilal team, continued his treatment and rehabilitation programme from the injury to his forehead muscle, which he was absent from participating with his teammates in the last victory meeting, where he was present at the club’s medical clinic and physical preparation gym.

On the ground, the players returned to training on Monday evening, after the rest days given to them by Portuguese head coach Jorge Jesus following the victory clash, last Friday, where the players included a number of fitness and physical trainings, along with a set of technical and tactical sentences applied by Jesus through a technical manoeuvre that concluded the exercises.
Thamir al-Shahrani, who specializes in stadium injuries, posted a video via his X-site account confirming Dusri’s participation in the leader’s group exercises.

Shahrani wrote: “Salem Al-Dussari kicks off, ready 100%,” confirming his participation in group workouts and ball exercises.

Al Hilal Club is top of the Saudi Pro Roshen League with 90 points after 32 rounds.

The leader sealed the Saudi league title for the 19th time in his history, beating the Packers 4-1, before 3 rounds of the competition (round 31).

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