Nejmeh have won both their two matches this season.
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Tashev's form will be encouraging to those of a Ahed persuasion, with the striker netting four times in his opening two matches since a summer move from Septemvri Sofia of the Bulgarian top flight.But Ahed's form so far, however, has been in stark contrast to the scintillating football that catapulted them to their fifth league crown in the previous campaign.Before Ahed's trip to the Bekaa, round three kicks off with 13-time champions Ansar aiming for successive wins when they face struggling Safa Friday.After their demoralizing 4-2 loss to Nejmeh in the opening match of the season, Ansar returned to the winning column with a comfortable 2-0 victory over Tadamon Sour.
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