Al-Hilal is one of the best teams in Saudi Arabia, winning the league 12 times. This season the team is yet to be beaten, recording 7 wins and 4 draws. Al-Hilal are 4th in the standings, but that's because they have some games in hand and after playing them they will be first. Coach Eric Gerets is one vastly experienced man, he should be able to win the domestic title without much effort (just like Hilal did last year with 11 points margin). Thiago Neves, Mirel Radoi, Christian Wilhelmsson and Lee Young-Pyo are well-known names in Europe and they are bringing class and experience to the Saudi champions. 3-3-0 for Al-Hilal at home and 11:5 goal difference.
Al-Hazm are on the last place at the moment, winning only 6 points from 13 matches. Conceding 31 goals makes the team the one with the weakest defense. The away form is awful - 0-0-5 and 2:14 goal difference. Defender Waaled Al Taya received a red card in the last round against Al Ahli and is expected to miss the clash. As we can see from the standings, Al-Hazm just lack quality players and this season could turn out to be very disappointing for them.
I think Al-Hilal won't have problems today. "The Leader" have already made some unexpected draws (vs Al-Quadisiya, Al-Ahli and Al-Taawon) and just need three points today. No problems for Al-Hilal to beat Al-Hazm in the recent encounter between these two sides - 0:2, 0:2, 4:0, 3:0, so I expect a comprehensive win for the hosts.
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