Looking at the current form this should be an easy game for Al Wasl as they are the league leaders and will face the bottom club, Bani Yas. However, Al Wasl are there because the best two clubs in the country Al Ahli and Al Ain have played only 5 games this season, while at Bani Yas were a lot of problems in this start of the season. I think the international break was a good thing for them as new goals Jose Gomes had more time to know his player. They have played a game in the League Cup against Al Ain. Was a good result (2-2) for their morale despite Al Ain were clearly the better side. However, one thing is certain Bani Yas are not a team to be last in the table, they still have quality despite losing some key local players this summer, but they have good foreign players. Only Mark Milligan was away on international duty, but the other key players were with the team. Al Wasl still the favorites here as they have a good morale and a great attack thanks to their Brazilian players, but I think worth a shot on Bani Yas or draw at these odds. Players like Larrivey or Daniel Hernandez can hurt Al Wasl's defense.
* - Odds correct at time of publication, and are subject to change.
- Odds+225 Bet365
- Match result4-0 (-8.00)