The reverse fixture have finished with a draw, but I remember that match and Al Rayyan was the better side and should have won. Things changed a little bit at Al Rayyan. That match against Umm Salal was the last for experienced coach Jorge Fossati, but Laudrup has replaced the Uruguayan. Rayyan doesn't play at its best, but still a very good side in QSL. Umm Salal have also changed the coach, but because of poor result or maybe said a poor result against Al Sadd. Umm Salal are hit by injuries and suspenions at the moment. Abdul Aziz Yahri, Ismail Mahmoud, Gedo and Omar Yahya are injured, while Thiab Al Anabe, Ali Mohammad and Alef Santos are suspended. They still have a good squad with Anderson, Jawad and Sagbo, but some of those injured/suspended players are important and against a strong side like Al Rayyan these absences may count. Al Rayyan can be without Nathan and Pascua again. I don't know what is exactly the problem. Some problems with the papers and if these problems will not be solved they can't play again. Centre back Nathan is a key man for for them and I think Sagbo will speculate his absence, but Pascua is not such an important player, especially as Daniel Gomo will return after suspension as well as Sebastian Soria, a striker which was much appreciated by the Korean NT coach Uli Stielke: " South Korea doesn't have a striker like Soria".
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