Cedars fans’ expectations were dashed with a galling loss to Kuwait, and many players will be fearing for their place in the starting lineup.
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Nour Mansour is an established international for Lebanon and most likely to be drafted in at center-back.Ali Hamam: It's now apparent why Iranian side Zob Ahan were so keen to snap up the 28-year-old, with the former Nejmeh defender rock-solid at right-back in Lebanon's opener. Position: Untouchable.Midfield:Haitham Faour: The Ahed midfielder continues to be a key performer for the Cedars and, although he wasn't at his effervescent best against Kuwait, his place in the side remains crucial for Lebanon's slim qualification hopes. Mohammad Ghaddar offers an alternative at the center-forward spot, but even if he doesn't unseat Chamsine at the tip of the Lebanon attack, the latter will most likely be shunted wide.
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