Clasico between the First al-nasr football team and the al-hilal guest on Monday in the last rounds of the Saudi Roshen League holds a different nature, with the temperature of the “Yellow” summit dropping.
While the guest is looking for a win haunted by the hope of snatching the Asian qualifying fourth, the match, hosted by the First Park Stadium, is not a destiny for the hosts, who lost the title race and their qualifier for crescent was confirmed.

The clasico confrontation against the last prep rehearsal for the Nasranis, led by Portuguese coach Luis Castro, before meeting their blue rivals next Friday in the final of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Cup.
The Tigers, who are more motivated by Argentina’s Marcelo Giardo, are coming in looking to win, hoping that the 56-point cooperation will be hampered by the agreement and rise from fifth to fourth place qualifying for AFL 2 and the Saudi Super Cup.
If the cooperation is tied and the federation wins a point equal, 57 for both, they will rely on the overall goal difference, to equalize them in direct confrontations, the first criterion for ranking league places.
Prior to the final round, the difference in cooperation objectives resulting from the deduction of the goals received from the registered was 15 to 11 for the al-itthad.

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