Maatouk dribbles the ball against Bekaa.
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Boris Bunjak's men dropped their first points of the season last week following a 0-0 draw with Bekaa, and now trail two-time defending champions Ahed on goal difference.Saturday's blank was hardly an aberration for Nejmeh, who have historically struggled when traveling east of the capital.They will, however, expect to dispatch a Tadamon side that has averaged less than a goal a game this season while conceding six times. Elsewhere, Ansar will hope to succeed where bitter foes Nejmeh failed, as they travel to Bekaa Saturday.
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