A bit risky this bet, but I'm going with the DNB option only as Al Arabi have faced two very strong sides in the first two games of the season. Of course they have lost against both Al Fujairah and Al Shaab, but are some reasons to go with Al Hamriyah today. First of all, this match will be played on the stadium of Al Hamriyah because the venue of Al Arabi is in rehabilitation. Al Arabi should have been the host, but because of this problem they are not. Both teams are back in UAE second division after some years of break. Al Aravi have completed their foreign quota by signing Senegalese striker Omar Wade. I don't know how good he is, but the previous player from Senegal signed by them, Abdoulaye Ndione is not great. He made his debut last round against Al Shaab and didn't played great. Ndione gave a helping hand to Al Shaab by giving away a penalty when Al Shaab's striker Diallo tried to drible him in the box. He's a very tall defender, but it's very slow. Al Hamriyah have also completed their foreign quota before the transfer window closed in UAE by signing Ivory Coast winger Manga Franck Guela. I think he's a good transfer for this level of play as he has a good CV. Last season played in this division for Al Urooba and had decent results by scoring 5 goals in 23 games.
* - Odds correct at time of publication, and are subject to change.
- PickAl Hamriyah DNB 4 1
- Odds-125 Bet365
- Match result1-3 (+6.40)