Al Hilal welcome Uzbekistan side PFC Navbahor Namangan to the King Fahd International Stadium for an AFC Asian Champions League clash.
It will be the first match week of the AFC Champions League and Al Hilal are playing in Group D.
The other teams in that group that join the Saudi and Uzbekistan sides are Mumbai City and F.C. Nassaji Mazandaran.
The Sporting News guides you through how you can watch this match worldwide and who may start for each team.
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This AFC Asian Champions League match at King Fahd International Stadiumkicks off on Monday, September 18 at 9 p.m. local time in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Here's how that time translates across some of the major territories:
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Al Hilal predicted starting lineup (4-2-3-1): 37. Yassine Bounou (GK) — 66. Saud Abdulhamid, 70. Mohammed Jahfali, 5. Ali Albulayhi, 12. Yasser Alshahrani — 8. Ruben Neves, 22. Sergej Milinkovic-Savic — 96. Michael, 77. Malcom, 10. Neymar — 9. Aleksandar Mitrovic
For Navbahor this will be their first game since the international break and are expected to have no injuries or suspensions to worry about.
Navbahor predicted starting lineup (3-4-3): 1. Utkir Yusupov (GK) — 24. Davron Khoshimov, 5. Milos Milovic, 6. Ibrokhim Yuldashev — 14. Jamshid Boltaboev, 23. Jovan Dokic, 10. Jamshid Iskanderov, 7. Oston Urunov, — 22. Igor Golban, 21. Temurkhuzha Abdukholikov, 91. TomaRead on sportingnews.com