Al-Nassr vs Al-Hilal: Live Stream, TV Channel, Kick-Off Time and Where to Watch

How to watch the Saudi Pro League match between Al Nassr FC and Al Hilal, including kick-off time and team news.

Al-Nassr will take charge Al-Hilal in a clash at the top of the rankings Saudi Professional League at Al Awwal Stadium on Friday. Although the competition opposes the first two teams in the ranking, Hilal was already crowned champion last week with 12 points ahead of Nassr three days before the end of the season. The injured person Neymar was at the party as his team won a fourth title in the last five years.

Hilal had an incredible season in which they remained undefeated throughout the campaign and they will look to keep that intact. Here’s another interesting statistic from their already impressive season: they’ve scored more than one goal in each of their last 38 matches, across all competitions and friendlies.

While not as impressive, Al Nassr also has his own winning streak going. Cristiano Ronaldo and company. is hoping to make it six wins in a row and the former Manchester United star hopes to add to his tally of 33 league goals this season.

Here AIM brings you everything you need to know about how to watch, including TV channel, broadcast details and much more.

Kick-off time of Al Nassr vs Al Hilal

The match will be played on Friday at Al Awwal Stadium, with kickoff at 2 p.m. EST for American fans.

How to Watch Al Nassr vs Al Hilal Online – TV Channels and Live Streams

The match will be broadcast live on FOX Platforms in the United States and match highlights will also be available on the platform. Live updates can be found here on BUT.

How to Watch Anywhere with VPN

If you’re abroad, you may need to use a virtual private network (VPN) to watch games using your regular streaming service. A VPN, such as NordVPN, allows you to establish a secure online connection while streaming. If you’re not sure which VPN to use, check out AIMThe guide to the best VPNs for sports streaming.

Team news and rosters

Al Nassr FC team news

Walid Abdallah, suffering from a leg injury, is one of the many players missing from Al Nassr. The list includes Talisca, Sami Al-Najei and Abdulrahman Ghareeball of whom are recovering from muscle injuries.

Nawaf Al-Aqidi is still serving his five-month suspension.

Al-Nassr predicted XI: Ospine; Al Ghanam, Alawjami, Laporte, Telles; Al-Khaïbari; Yahya, Otavio, Brozovic, Mané; Ronaldo.

Al Hilal team news

Brazilian superstar Neymar joined his team to celebrate their league triumph after their victory over Al Hazem, but he is only expected to be part of the team next season.

Salman Al Faraj has been absent from the matchday squad for the last two matches. His participation remains a doubt for this one as well.

Al-Hilal possible XI: Bounou; Abdulhamid, Koulibaly, Al-Bulayhi, Lodi; Neves, Milinkovic-Savic; Michael, Malcolm, Al-Dawsari; Mitrovic.

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