Today, Sunday, the competitions of Round 17 of Prince Mohammed Bin Salman League for Professionals kicked off with two matches; Al-Fat’h against Al-Qadisiah and Al-Fayhaa against Al-Hilal.
At Prince Abdullah bin Jalawi Sports City Stadium, Al-Fat’h won 2-0 over its counterpart Al-Qadisiah, scored by Pedro João in the 18th and 93rd minutes.
Al-Fat’h total moved up to 22 points, in the 9th place, while Al-Qadisiah stayed at 20 points, in the 11th place.
Al-Hilal returned from Majma'ah Sports City Stadium with a win of 5-1 over Al-Fayhaa. Al-Hilal's goals were scored by Jonathan Soriano (two goals) in the 28th and 43rd minutes, Carlos Eduardo (two goals) in the 55th and 57th minutes and Gelmin Rivas in minute 90+2, while Al-Fayhaa's goal was scored by Abdullah Al-Qarni in the 82nd minute.
Al-Hilal strengthened its lead with a total of 40 points, while Al-Fayhaa's total stayed at 15 points, in the 13rd place.
The round matches will be continued tomorrow, Monday, with four matches; Ohod against Al-Nasr, Al-Taawoun against Al-Ahli, Al-Hazm against Al-Wahda and Al-Batin against Al-Faisaly.
Al-Nasr, the 2nd on the list with a total of 34 points, will play against Ohod, the 16th with 6 points, at Majma'ah Sports City Stadium.
Al-Ahli, the 4th on the list with a total of 27 points, will be hosted by Al-Taawoun, the 6th with 26 points, at King Abdullah Sports City Stadium.
Al-Wahda, the 5th with 27 points, will play against its counterpart Al-Hazm, the 12th with 15 points, at King Abdulaziz Sports City Stadium.
Al-Faisaly, the 7th with 24 points, will play against its host Al-Batin, the 14th on the list with a total of 15 points, at the latter's stadium.
The round matches will be concluded the day after tomorrow, Tuesday, with two matches; Al-Raed against Al-Ettifaq and Al-Ittihad against Al-Shabab.
Al-Raed, the 10th on the list of the competition with 22 points, will host its counterpart Al-Ettifaq, the 8th with 23 points, at King Abdullah Sports City Stadium.
Finally, Al-Ittihad, the 15th with a total of 9 points, will host its counterpart, Al-Shabab, the 3rd with 32 points, at King Abdullah Sports City Stadium in Jeddah.