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SPL Round 24: Al-Faisaly win.. Al-Taween, Al-Fateh draw



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SPL - Media Center

The matches of the 24th round of Prince Mohamed Bin Salman League for Professionals kicked off on Thursday with two matches.
Al-Taween game with Al-Fateh ended in a 1-1 at King Abdullah Sport City Stadium.
Pedro Joao gave Al-Fateh the lead after 31 minutes, but Al-Taween's Leandre Tawamba leveled in the 46th minute.
Al-Taween reached 43 points in the 3rd place while Al-Fateh's total increased to 33 points in the 8th place.
At ALMajma`a City Stadium, Al-Faisaly overcame Al-Qadsya with three goals without reply.
Al-Faisaly goals came in the 56th, 82nd and 86th minutes through Sultan Miundesh, Lusisnho and Denilson Junior.
Al-Faisaly climbed 7th after reaching 33 points while Al-Qadsya's total frozen at 24 points in the 12th place.
On Friday, Al-Raed will face Al-Batin in the first game at King Abdullah Sport City Stadium while Al-Ittifaq will host Al-Shabab at Prince Mohamed Bin Fahd Stadium in the second match.
Al-Raed lie 10th with 25 points while Al-Batin have 22 points in the 13th spot.
Al-Ittifaq have 28 points in the 9th place on the other hand Al-Shabab sit 4th with 43 points.
The round games will be resumed on Saturday with another two games.
Al-Hazm will face Al-Ittihad at King Abdullah Sport City Stadium.
Al-Hazm sit 12th with 24 points while Al-Ittihad have 19 points in the 14th place.
In the second game Al-Wahda will receive Al-Nasr at King Abbdel Aziz Sport City Stadium.
Al-Wahda have 36 points in the 6th place while Al-Nasr come second on the table with 52 points.
The matchday games will be continued with Al-Hilal game with Ohod at King Saud University Stadium on Sunday the 23rd of March.
Al-Hilal have 56 points atop of the league table while Ohod lie 16th with 14 points.
It must be mentioned that Al-Fayhaa game with Al-Ahli will be postponed until the first of April.