Mar 21 2014
Al Shabab v Al Dhafra 5.45 pm
Ajman v Al Shaab 5.45 pm
Al Sharjah v Al Nasr 8.30 pm
Mar 22 2014
Al Wasl v Dubai 5.45 pm
Al Jazira v Al Wahda 8.30 pm
Mar 23 2014
Bani Yas v Emirates 5.50 pm
Al Ain v Al Ahli 8.30 pm
Al Wahda defender recalled for national team's trip to Uzbekistan in 2015 Asian Cup qualifier.
According to last month's Fifa annual Global Transfer Market report, the UAE were the biggest spenders in Asia with $47 million on 42 international deals in 2013 – a spending increase of 88 per cent over 2012 – but have AGL clubs got more bang for their buck?
The Ivorian may be small in stature but his ability to both score and create goals could save the club from relegation, says Ian Hawkey.
The English newspaper The Daily Star speculated over the weekend that Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has his eye on the UAE and Al Ain star.
Capital side in thick of busy schedule while Al Dhafra return to action after two-week hiatus
Al Ahli trying to keep pace with demands of push for trophies on four fronts
Arabian Gulf League leaders remain in the hunt for four trophies but face a packed fixture list, with potentially 13 matches in seven weeks.
Olaroiu bemused by facing yet another former employer in Qatari side Al Sadd
Omar Abdulrahman could return to lineup if he passes fitness test
Former Chelsea and Manchester City player nearing end of contract with Queens Park Rangers
Spaniard took over in September for Jorge Fossati, but failed to turnaround the Arabian Gulf League champions' fortunes as Croatian Zlatko Dalic is now in charge of the first team, reports Amith Passela.
Abdelrahman assumes control after Cuper for what could well be until the end of the campaign, although Wasl are said to be currently seeking a more permanent solution.
Ciel rides to the rescue again for Arabian Gulf League leaders
Abu Dhabi side need every second of 10 minutes of second-half stoppage time
Loss at Dubai and Al Jazira's defeat of Al Wahda send Baniyas out of top two
If Al Ain’s dethroning appears to be gathering pace. The Garden City club's gradual unravelling produced another turgid performance against Al Nasr on Friday.
Jose Peseiro, the Al Wahda coach, was furious in the dugout after Sharjah scored the equalizer following a silly defensive mistake with four minutes left until the break.
The gauntlet laid down before them, Al Ahli did what potential champions should: they went out and blew past their latest Arabian Gulf League opponents.
Felipe Caicedo scores twice to lift Al Jazira and Adeilson's lone goal proves enough for Al Shabab.
Arabian Gulf League leaders Al Ahli should remain wary of their nearest neighbours after Al Shabab took another three points to stay within reach of them at the top.
Al Wahda’s win over Al Ain have given them new hopes of a top-four finish in the Arabian Gulf League.
Al Nasr missed the chance to jump above Al Ain into fifth place in the Arabian Gulf League table after a tepid home draw against Emirates on Saturday night.