Al Wehda vs Al-Nassr
King Abdul Aziz Stadium
Ronaldo’s Al-Nassr will travel to Mecca to play Al Wehda in one of the Saudi Professional League week 16 matches at King Abdul Aziz Stadium. Home team has seen each of their last two matches end in defeats, while, Al-Nassr were held to a draw by Al-Fateh last time out.
Al Wehda - home team will struggle
In their previous games, Al Wehda was victorious in two games against Al-Shabab and Al Taee, while they were defeated in three games against Al Khaleej, Al Fateh, and Al Feiha. Al Wehda was only able to score five goals while allowing eight. During the current league season, Al Wehda has scored 0.6 goals on average in every game they have played. In terms of disciplinary actions, the home team has been given 34 yellow cards and 3 red cards, for a total of 12.60 fouls committed on average over all of their matches. The home team has only gathered 15 points this season, which works out to an average of one point per game. They are only two points ahead of the team that is currently in the relegation spot, which is Al Khaleej.
Al-Nassr - a win to remain at league top spot
Al Nassr comes into this match having won three of their most recent five matches against Al Khaleej, Al Taee, and Al Ettifaq, while their other two matches against Al Shabab and Al Fateh ended in draws. The away squad scored six goals while also allowing five. Away from home, Al Nassr scored an average of 2 goals per game while allowing an average of 0.53 goals against. The squad was given 22 yellow cards and 2 red cards, for a total of 175 fouls committed during the game. Cristiano Ronaldo bounced back from a lackluster performance in the Saudi Super Cup against Al-Ittihad FC by scoring a penalty kick against Al-Fateh to earn a late point for Al-Nassr. After celebrating his 38th birthday, he made a statement in which he expressed his confidence in his ability to win the Saudi Championship just as he had won the European Championship. We are hoping that Cristiano Ronaldo and the rest of the Al-Nassr side will put on a show worthy of their reputations.
Expert Betting Tips
In the past, Al Wehda has had a lot of success while playing against Al Nassr, but right now they are playing at a very low level and are not even close to being competitive. After Anderson Talisca was sent a red card in the 95th minute of the match against Al-Fateh, it is believed that Cristiano Ronaldo will take the lead in the team's assault. As a result, we are looking forward to seeing them secure a victory that is significant if they do not want to lose their place atop the league standings.
In the meantime, we anticipate a contest that will be dominated by defense, with a low goal total because neither team's offense is particularly potent.