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KingFut’s Recommended Fixtures of the Week

KingFut's recommended fixtures of the week

KingFut’s recommended fixtures of the week – Most of the leagues in Europe are having their winter break, but the excitement of the EPL continues.


Hull City vs. Fulham English Premier League  – 17:00 Cairo time

After last week’s performance against Manchester United, Hull will be looking for a good result against Fulham. The tigers performed well against the Manchester giants but lost at the end 2-3. It will be another chance for the Egyptian fans to enjoy watching Ahmed Elmohamady occupying the right side at the starting lineup of Hull City. He has been one of the key players for Steve Bruce since the start of the season.


Chelsea vs. Liverpool English Premier League  – 18:00 Cairo time

Another hard match for Liverpool after last week’s loss against Manchester City. Liverpool showed great character against a team who are very strong at Etihad stadium. The reds will be looking for a win against Jose Mourinho’s team to stay at the top 4 of the league. The blues will be looking for a valuable 3 points at their home to get closer to top of the table.


Liverpool vs. Hull City English Premier League  – 17:00 Cairo time

Liverpool will be looking for revenge after an unexpected loss at the first leg match against the tigers. A loss which affected their steps towards the title. Tt will be a good chance for Elmo to impress again at the stadium where one of the best goals at the Premier league was scored by a Pharaoh (Amr Zaki) when he was playing for Wigan, under the management of Steve Bruce who always trusts Egyptian players.


Zamalek vs. Ismaily – Egyptian Premier League – 17:00 Cairo time

The top match of Group-B, that match is always full of excitement and fantastic goals. Both teams got the 3 points in their first match of the season and will be looking for another 3 to occupy the top of the table early in the season.

– By Mostafa Soliman

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