Abu Dhabi: The 2022-23 ADNOC Pro League is entering a crucial phase, as Matchweek 24 is set to commence.
Shabab Al Ahli currently holds the top spot in the 2022-23 ADNOC Pro League with 50 points as the league enters its final stretch, with only three match-weeks remaining. Their next opponent is Al Wasl, who currently ranks fourth with 43 points.
The match between the two teams is scheduled for Matchweek 24, which starts on 23rd April 2023. Shabab Al Ahli is determined to maintain its position and secure the championship title, and a win against Al Wasl would help their cause. However, Al Wasl will likely put up a tough fight to upset Shabab Al Ahli’s plans.
The competition for the championship title is intensifying. The league leaders, Shabab Al Ahli, are set to face Al Wasl at Rashid Stadium tomorrow in a crucial match. Two other matches are also scheduled for the same day, with four more matches set to take place on 24th April 2023.
The outcome of these games could have a significant impact on the league standings, with teams fighting tooth and nail to secure their position or climb up the rankings. As the race for the league title heats up, fans can expect an exciting and nail-biting finish to the season.
📹 HIGHLIGHTS | @alainfcae_en 2️⃣-0️⃣ @SharjahFC #AlAin pile pressure on leaders #ShababAlAhli & cut gap to 3 points with 2-0 win over #Sharjah ⚽#AINvSHJ 🟣⚪#ADNOCProLeague ⚽#FansLeague 📢#FairPlayFairSupport 🤝 pic.twitter.com/DpL93UoOLG
— ADNOC Pro League (@UAEProleague_En) April 22, 2023
In the 23rd matchweek of the ADNOC Pro League, the race for the championship title heated up as runners-up Al Ain closed the gap on league leaders Shabab Al Ahli. Shabab Al Ahli dropped two crucial points in the title race after being held to a 2-2 draw by Al Nasr. As a result, Al Ain, who currently has 47 points, were able to close in on the league leaders.
During a match at Hazza bin Zayed Stadium, Al Ain secured a notable victory of 2-0 against Sharjah. The game was highlighted by Mr. Laba Kodjo, who scored two goals, earning a brace for his team.