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Al-Hilal vs Newcastle

Al-Hilal and Newcastle United go head to head in the Asian Champions League this week, with both teams looking to secure their place in the knockout stages.

Al-Hilal, who are the reigning champions, have made a solid start to their campaign and currently sit second in Group B with six points from three games. A win over Newcastle would guarantee their place in the last 16, and they will be keen to make home advantage count.

Newcastle, meanwhile, are yet to register a point in the group and are in danger of being eliminated. However, they will take heart from the fact that they picked up a surprise victory over Al-Hilal in the reverse fixture back in February.

It promises to be an intriguing game, and one that could have a big impact on the outcome of the group.
Al-Hilal Newcastle
Read on as we take a look at both teams in more detail.

Newcastle United

Newcastle United come into this game on the back of a 1-0 victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Premier League. Joelinton scored the only goal of the game to give Steve Bruce’s side their third win of the season.

The Magpies are still struggling for consistency and are currently 13th in the Premier League table, with 22 points from 19 matches. They are just six points above the relegation zone and will need to continue picking up results if they are to avoid being dragged into a battle at the bottom of the table.

In the Champions League, Newcastle are bottom of Group B with no points from three games. They have lost to Al-Hilal and Al-Nassr, while they were also beaten by new supporters Sydney FC in their last game.

However, they will take heart from the fact that they earned a surprise 1-0 win over Al-Hilal in the reverse fixture. Joelinton scored the only goal of the game to give Steve Bruce’s side all three points.

Newcastle will be without Federico Fernandez, Florian Lejeune and Ciaran Clark, who are all sidelined with injuries. Steve Bruce will also be without Harvey Elliott and Ryan Fraser, who are both ineligible to play in the Champions League.

Newcastle United Predicted Lineup: Dubravka; Yedlin, Dummett, Lascelles, Hayden, Shelvey, Almiron, Longstaff, Saint-Maximin, Joelinton, Carroll


Al-Hilal come into this game on the back of a 1-1 draw with Ettifaq in the Saudi Professional League.

Ziyad Al-Kharashi scored an early goal for Al-Hilal, but they were pegged back by the home side and had to settle for a point.

That result means they are now second in the Saudi Professional League table with 44 points from 21 matches, two points behind leaders Al-Nassr.

In the Champions League, Al-Hilal have also made a solid start to their campaign. They are second in Group B with six points from three games, three behind leaders Sydney FC and four ahead of both Newcastle and Al-Nassr.

A win over Newcastle in this game would guarantee their place in the last 16, which would be a huge achievement given the calibre of teams in the competition. They will also be keen to get revenge for the 1-0 defeat they suffered against the Magpies in the reverse fixture.

Al-Hilal have no injury concerns coming into this game, but they will be without the suspended Mohammed Kanno.

Al-Hilal Predicted Lineup: Al-Owais, Al-Burayk, Al-Dawsari, Al-Shamrani, Al-Ghannam, Al-Faraj, Al-Muwallad, Al-Bolah, Al-Jassam, Al-Suwaiq, Al-Duhail

Newcastle United vs Al-Hilal Head-to-Head

The two teams have met on just two previous occasions, with both games taking place this year. The first game was in the group stage of the Champions League, and it was Newcastle who won that game 1-0 thanks to a goal from Joelinton.

The second game was in the Saudi Super Cup, and it was Al-Hilal who came out on top this time, winning 4-1.

Newcastle United Form Guide: WDW

Al-Hilal Form Guide: WWL

Newcastle United vs Al-Hilal Team News

Newcastle United

Injury: Federico Fernandez, Florian Lejeune, Ciaran Clark

Ineligible: Harvey Elliott, Ryan Fraser


Suspended: Mohammed Kanno

Newcastle United vs Al-Hilal Predictions

Both teams are struggling for consistency at the moment, but Al-Hilal have the edge in terms of quality.

The reigning champions are second in the group and a win in this game would guarantee their place in the last 16.

Newcastle, meanwhile, are bottom of the group and are in danger of being eliminated.

We predict a victory for Al-Hilal in this game.

Al-Hilal took on Newcastle United in the first leg of the Asian Champions League round of 16 on Wednesday night. The Saudi Arabian outfit ran out comfortable 3-0 winners at King Abdullah Sports City, with goals from Sebastian Giovinco, Abdullah Al-Zori and Carlon Lima giving them a commanding lead to take back to Tyneside for the second leg.

Newcastle got off to a bright start and were unlucky not to take the lead in the opening minutes, with Dwight Gayle coming close with a header. However, it was Al-Hilal who took the lead against the run of play, with Giovinco finding the back of the net with a free-kick from the edge of the box.

The Saudis began to take control of the game after taking the lead and they doubled their advantage just before half-time, with Al-Zori tapping home from close range after a great cross from the left.

Lima put the result beyond doubt in the second half, with the Brazilian midfielder finishing off a fine team move with a low strike into the bottom corner.

Newcastle will need a big performance in the second leg if they are to stand any chance of progressing to the quarter-finals, but Al-Hilal will be confident of completing the job and booking their place in the last eight.

Al-Hilal vs. Newcastle was a football match that took place on September 18, 2019, at King Fahd Stadium in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The match was between Al-Hilal of Saudi Arabia and Newcastle United of England.

Al-Hilal won the match 2-0, with goals from Andre Carrillo and Bafetimbi Gomis. The match was significant as it was the first time that an English side had travelled to play a competitive match in Saudi Arabia.

The match was part of the Saudi Arabian Super Cup, which is a newly established competition between the winners of the Saudi Professional League and the King’s Cup.

Al-Hilal are one of the most successful clubs in Asia, having won the AFC Champions League three times. Newcastle United, on the other hand, are a historic club with a large fan base, but have struggled in recent years.

The match was played in front of a sell-out crowd of 62,345 at the King Fahd Stadium, which is the largest stadium in Asia.

The match was broadcast live on television in Saudi Arabia and across the Middle East. It was also broadcast live in the UK on Sky Sports.

Al-Hilal and Newcastle United face off in the Round of 16 of the AFC Champions League on Tuesday.

Both teams go into the game in good form, with Al-Hilal unbeaten in their last 11 games in all competitions, and Newcastle United winning four of their last five.

Al-Hilal are the clear favourites to progress to the quarter-finals, but Newcastle United will take heart from their recent win over Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League, and will be hoping to spring a surprise.

The game promises to be an exciting one, and it will be interesting to see how both teams fare against each other.

Al-Hilal began their Asian Champions League campaign with a victory over Newcastle, as the Saudi Arabian side twice came from behind to win 3-2.

The victory took Al-Hilal’s unbeaten run in the competition to nine matches, dating back to 2016, and they will now look to build on that against FC Tokyo in their next game.

Newcastle, meanwhile, will be looking to pick themselves up and dust themselves off after this disappointing result, and will look to get back to winning ways when they take on Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors next.

It was Newcastle who took the lead in this game, with a well-taken goal from Dimitri Petratos in the 23rd minute. However, Al-Hilal were level just four minutes later, as Bafetimbi Gomes brought down a high ball expertly before firing past the Newcastle goalkeeper.

The home side then restored their lead in the 41st minute, with a fine finish from Yohan Perez. But, once again, Al-Hilal hit back, this time through a quickly-taken free-kick from Gomes, who found the back of the net with a clinical finish.

The winning goal came in the 74th minute, as Al-Hilal were awarded a penalty after Newcastle defender Nigel Boogaard was adjudged to have brought down Gomes in the penalty area. The resulting spot-kick was dispatched expertly by Salman Al-Faraj, as Al-Hilal sealed all three points.

In the end, it was a deserved victory for Al-Hilal, who showed great character to twice come from behind and snatch all three points. Newcastle, on the other hand, will be disappointed with the result, but will take heart from their performance, and will look to bounce back in their next game.

Al-Hilal and Newcastle fans have been having a great time arguing over who is the better team lately. Al-Hilal are currently leading the Saudi Arabian Professional League while Newcastle are sitting in second place in the English Championship. Both teams have had some great results recently, with Al-Hilal narrowly defeating Juventud de Las Palmas in the Saudi King’s Cup and Newcastle pulling off an impressive 3-1 victory over Leeds United.

The argument over which team is better has been fiercely contested, with both sets of fans pointing to their team’s recent results as evidence of their superiority. Al-Hilal fans argue that their team’s win over Juventud de Las Palmas was more impressive than Newcastle’s victory over Leeds United, as Juventud de Las Palmas are a stronger team than Leeds United. Newcastle fans, on the other hand, argue that their team’s victory over Leeds United was more impressive as Leeds United are a bigger club than Juventud de Las Palmas.

Both sets of fans have a point, but the truth is that it is impossible to say which team is better without taking into account the whole history of both teams. Al-Hilal have been the more successful team in recent years, winning the Saudi Arabian Professional League in 2013 and 2014. Newcastle, on the other hand, have not won a trophy since the 2012/2013 season, when they won the English Championship.

So, who is the better team? It is impossible to say for sure, but one thing is certain: the rivalry between Al-Hilal and Newcastle fans is only going to continue to grow in the future.

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