The Portuguese forward has not found the net in the last three matches and will be hungry to get back on the scoresheet. In his last outing in the King’s Cup of Champions quarterfinal fixture against the same opponents, Ronaldo received a yellow card for booting the ball away despite his side being 2-0 up, which suggests the 38-year-old is frustrated with his lack of goals.
Meanwhile, Abha are struggling for form as they last won a match on February 2, against Al-Khaleej. Since that 2-0 victory, they have lost five and drawn one.
The Leaders of the South are currently in the 12th position in the league table and are in desperate need of three points to get their campaign back on track.
In the cup clash against Al-Nassr, they were evidently the second-best side in all departments and must pull up their socks if they want to get something from the game.
Al Nassr vs Abha live stream, TV channel
SSC (Saudi Sports Company) has been live streaming Al Nassr matches in English via its Twitter channel.
Local broadcasters in selected countries also have the rights to televise or stream the King Cup, and fans in other countries can subscribe to streaming platform Shahid for complete coverage.
According to LiveSoccerTV, selected European countries will have local broadcasters (including DAZN) carrying the match, while Start Times will bring it to selected African countries.
|Shahid, myTV Super
|Sony TEN 2
|Shahid, JioTV, SONY LIV
|Shahid, Astro Go, sooka
|Shahid, *Sky Sports YouTube channel
*In the UK, Sky Sports have been showing most Saudi Pro League Al Nassr matches on their YouTube channel for free.