Ahed can provisionally go top if they beat Tripoli.
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The Lebanese Premier League season resumed this weekend with the nation on an unprecedented high after the national team booked their place in the Asian Cup for the first time in their history. The upturn in fortunes for the Cedars seems to have transmitted itself to the domestic scene where only five points separate the top eight sides in a fiercely contested title race.Safa are the surprise leaders so far with 14 points from seven matches, with Ahed and Nejmeh only one point back of their capital rivals.Tripoli have so far shipped 13 goals and sit in eighth place in the table with nine points.
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