The Hamad Grand Stadium of Al-Arabi Club will host the expected confrontation between Al-Arabi and Al-Sailiya today, at 7:45 pm, as part of the seventeenth week of the QNB Stars League for the season 2022-2023. Goals against a goal Within the sixth week, Al-Arabi, who presents a more than wonderful season, seeks to continue chasing Al-Duhail team for first place, as it is in second place with 34 points, from 11 victories, one draw and 4 defeats. As for Al-Sailiya, it ranks twelfth and last in the standings table, with 9 points, after winning two matches and suffering 11 losses and a draw in three matches. Al-Arabi coach Younis Ali will try to maintain the stability of his team in terms of continuing victories to stay in the competition for the lead with Al-Duhail, and also to move away from his pursuit of Al-Sadd, who is in third place. Younis Ali: We are able to beat Al-Sailiya Al-Arabi coach Younes Ali confirmed the team’s readiness to face Al-Sailiya in the matches of the seventeenth week of the QNB Stars League. In the warm zone, pointing out that the preparations went well and started after the last Al-Gharafa match. He continued: We are well prepared for the match, the atmosphere in the team is fine, and they are able to overtake Al-Sailiya, and this requires focus, calmness, and taking advantage of opportunities. Sami Trabelsi: We compete until our last breath Al Sailiya coach Sami Trabelsi stressed the difficulty of facing Al-Arabi in the seventeenth week of the QNB Stars League, and Trabelsi said we are in a difficult situation, but we must stick to the hope of staying in the league until the last breath, and he said we are well aware that Al-Arabi is a distinguished team It is one of the best three clubs this season and offers a good level and includes many players, whether at the local or professional level, who have a good level, and certainly the technical differences outweigh the Al-Arabi team, but football is not subject to prejudices, and God willing, we will be determined and focused and not make mistakes.
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