Ansar’s average start has them in fifth place in the standings.
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Ansar will hope to improve on their middling start to the season when the 13-time champions meet Racing in matchday four of the Lebanese Premier League Friday.Though Ansar's front line has failed to fully click so far, they have managed a respectable five goals in three matches.Haidar, meanwhile, has bags of experience from spells in Norway and Turkey, and provides a steady hand in central areas.The trio have already made their mark in midfield, most noticeably controlling the tempo in Ansar's last two matches against Safa and Tadamon Sour.
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