Without Altman, Buzaglo and the injured Watang, Nir Klinger's Reds hope to cut off the loss tonight (8:15 p.m.)
Klinger. Looking to get out of the crisis
Aboxis. Seeking first win in the top playoffs
Dadia vs. Davida earlier this month at Turner
A badly missed roster for Hapoel Tel Aviv ahead of tonight's game at Bloomfield against Hapoel, where the Nir Klinger Reds are hoping to finally interrupt the final losing streak in the top playoffs and get a good result. Midfielder Omri Altman, who was injured in the derby and needed stitches in her back, is likely to miss the game, as is midfielder Or Buzaglo, who turned his knee during one of the training this week and will undergo an MRI test today to determine the severity of his injury. Hapoel Tel Aviv, by the way, hopes it is not a serious injury again.
In addition, midfielder Emmanuel Boateng will miss the game due to the red card he received in the derby. Amit Meir is also distant and absent. In light of the subtractions, coach Nir Klinger seems to be bringing back Omar Damari and possibly Michael Olha.
Buzaglo. Concerned about Hapoel Tel Aviv // Photo: Alan Shiber
High School is still looking for a first win in the top playoffs, and hopes to get it tonight, mainly to create confidence ahead of the National Cup final. Coach Yossi Aboxis addressed this: "We want to get the first playoff win. Despite the many rotations, we have enough good players to win. As long as there is a chance to fight for third place we will fight for it. "
Youth defender Liren Cohen has signed for five seasons and is expected to make his debut tonight in the alumni lineup, in place of the distant Oren Biton. SH will also miss Ben Shahr, Shawn Goldberg, Naor Sabag and David Celtins.