Al-Ittihad against the Gulf .. 5 wins and two draws

The first Al-Ittihad football team is based on a record without losing against its Gulf counterpart when it visits it, on Friday, at Prince Muhammad bin Fahd Stadium in the 19th round of the Saudi Roshan League.
The Al-Ittihad team excelled in 7 previous confrontations that brought it together in the Gulf during their career in the Saudi Professional League, winning 5 matches and drawing twice.
In contrast to the ambitions to continue its dominance during its meetings with the Gulf, the Al-Ittihad team hopes to return to the path of victories, after stumbling in a draw with Al-Raed in the last round.
The western team occupies second place with 41 points, two points behind Al-Nasr in the lead.
The Portuguese Nuno Santo, Al-Ittihad coach, has elements that have great potential to make a difference, led by the Brazilian duo Romarinho and Cornado, and the return of Moroccan Abdel-Razzaq Hamdallah and Egyptian Ahmed Hegazy to the team’s ranks constitutes a great impetus for the Al-Ittihad team.
Moroccan Hamdallah returns to lead the Al-Ittihad offensive line after recovering from injury, while the team’s defense line regains the efforts of Egyptian Ahmed Hegazy, who missed the last match due to being suspended for accumulating yellow cards.
On the other hand, the Gulf, which ranked 14th with 16 points, hopes to restore balance after losing to Al-Adalah in the last round, relying on a constellation of stars such as Portuguese Fabio Martinez, Albanian Sokol Secalici and Gabonese Andre Boko.

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