Al-Nassr, who come into the clash on the back of seven straight wins, are favorites to win again, with Cristiano Ronaldo breathing fire at the moment.
The 38-year-old star has scored 15 goals in 14 games across all competitions, including a brace against Al-Ahli in their last game on Friday.
He will once again find himself at the center of Al-Nassr’s attacks, hungry to add to his remarkable tally. Unshapely Ohod will be against Ronaldo and co. like a lamb to the slaughter.
Ohod, who operate in the second tier of Saudi Arabian football, have three consecutive defeats in the league. It started with two wins from their opening three games, but it went downhill for them after that.
With only six points from six games, Ohod is in 12th position in the Yelo League.
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