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The Premier League game at Aswan Stadium on Thursday will see home side Aswan fighting it out with Ghazl El-Mehalla.
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Aswan will be hoping to return to winning ways here following a 1-0 Premier League loss in their previous game against Misr Lel-Makkasa.
It has been all too rare in recent times where Aswan have managed to hold out for a full 90 minutes. In fact, South Flower have seen their defence breached in 5 of their previous 6 games, letting in 8 goals during that time.
Coming into this fixture, Aswan have not won at home in their last 2 league games.
In their previous game, Ghazl El-Mehalla drew 0-0 in the Premier League match with El Gouna.
The attacking players from Ghazl El-Mehalla have suffered from a shortage of goals over their last six games, netting the unsatisfactory return of just 4. In those matches, Ghazl have also seen the overall goal aggregate against them equal 7. Such a pattern isn’t assured to be continued into this game, of course.
Team News: Aswan
Aswan manager Magdi Abdel Ati doesn’t have any fitness worries whatsoever coming into this game thanks to a fully injury-free group available to choose from.
Team News: Ghazl El-Mehalla
Thanks to a fully injury-free group to pick from, Ghazl El-Mehalla boss doesn’t have any fitness concerns to report coming into this match.
It’s looking like Ghazl El-Mehalla and Aswan could both end up scoring in what appears to be a good match-up, with little separating these two teams.
Shouldn’t be much in it, and a draw looks quite a realistic result. We therefore think that it’s going to be a hard-fought 1-1 score draw at the end of this game.
Our expert partners are tipping over 1.5 goals for this match. Check out their VIP predictions here.
⚽️ Team Focus:
Stadium: Aswan Stadium (20,000)
Chairman: Dr. Hassan Abdelkader
Manager: Magdi Abdel Ati
Competitions: Premier League position 15