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Where to watch Al Nassr vs Damac live stream, TV channel, lineups and prediction for Saudi Pro League match?

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Al Nassr will face Damac in the Saudi Pro League on April 5 before the Saudi Super Cup final against Al Hilal three days later.

Cristiano Ronaldo's side are still 12 points behind leaders Al Hilal, with eight league games left to play and the cup competitions could become even more important in the coming weeks.

They have a good chance of finishing in the top three and qualifying for next season's AFC Champions League, with the King Cup semi-final coming up in early May.

The Sporting News takes a look at the key details ahead of this game, including how to watch it around the world, kick-off times and the latest lineup news.

When does the match between Al Nassr and Damac start?

This Saudi Pro League match at the Prince Sultan bin Abdul Aziz Stadium begins on Friday, April 5th at 10pm local time in Abha, Saudi Arabia.

Here's how this time is reflected in some of the most important areas around the globe:

Date Kick-off time
USA Fri, April 5th 3:00 p.m. ET
Canada Fri, April 5th 3:00 p.m. ET
United Kingdom Fri, April 5th 8:00 p.m. BST
Australia Sat April 6th 5:00am AEST
India Sat April 6th 12:30 PM IST

Al Nassr vs Damac Live Stream, TV Channel

This is how this period is reflected in some of the most important areas:

TV channel Streaming
USA Fox Soccer Plus, FOX Deportes Fubo, FOX Sports app/website
Australia 10 games
Canada DAZN
United Kingdom DAZN
India

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Al Nassr vs Damac lineups

With such an important game against Al Hilal coming up, Luis Castro could change his team to give certain players a break against Damac.

Ronaldo is expected to start but he may not complete the full 90 minutes to stay fit for Al Hilal Mohammed Qassem, Ali Lajami And Ali Alhassan possibly come to begin.

Al Nassr predicted XI (4-2-3-1, right to left): Ospina (TW) – Boushal, Alawjami, Lajami, Qassem – Al Sulaiheem, Alihassan – Mane, Otavio, Talisca – Ronaldo.

Substitute from Al Nassr (9): TBC

Damac could stick with his starting XI, which has remained unchanged since last weekend's 0-0 draw at Al Hazm with the former Tottenham winger Georges Kevin Nkoudou the standout name in their line-up.

Damac lineup (4-1-4-1, right to left): Zeghba (GK) – Sola, Chafai, Bedrane, Al-Anazi – Munshi – Al-Bishi, Majrashi, Stanciu, Nkoudou – Zain.

Damac (9): TBC