Maccabi Petah Tikva is already counting two games without a win (against KS and Hapoel Tel Aviv), in which the team did not win either. Tomorrow (Wednesday) Guy Luzon and the players will leave for Teddy Stadium, in order to try and come back with the three points from the meeting with Betar Jerusalem (20:00, Live Sports 4).
“This load is no stranger to us,” he said Luzon On the challenging week his team is going through, “We went through combinations of three games a week and for us it’s not some special case. We come fresh, physically, with all the strength to come back with the three points. That’s the top importance in every game.”
The brake too Daniel Flesher Speaking ahead of the game: “Our expectations are to come and show our best ability, get better from the previous game and enjoy. We want to bring three points. There is always positive pressure and excitement before every game. All week the team prepared us best.”
Professionally and also due to the game load, Luzon is planning a real revolution. According to the practice in the concluding training session, five changes will be made in the lineup: at the back, Flesher will fill Orr’s place in Lorian, and Muhammad Hindi, who started the season well and went down to the bench, will return to 11th in place of Yarden Cohen. In the link, Amit Meir, who entered the game against Hapoel Tel Aviv in a good way, will open in place of Eitan Azulai, while Abdiel Arroyo, who was absent against the Reds due to a minor injury, also remembered his game for the Panama team, will open in the wing in place of Asmir Solic. Orr Inbrom, one of the standouts in the second half at Bloomfield on Saturday, will return to the squad after recovering from an injury just three days ago.
Estimated composition: Arik Yanko, Yinon Eliyahu, Marcus Diniz, Daniel Flesher, Muhammad Hindi, Elvis Saki, Amit Meir, Naor Sabag, Abdiel Arroyo, Liel Abda, Or Inbrom.