The stakes of the 23rd day of Botola Pro D1 Inwi, which continues this Saturday, will be more important at the top of the classification. The WAC, one point behind the leader (AS FAR), the FUS which wants to remain “African”, and the Raja which is fighting, for lack of the title, for at least a place in African competitions, will indeed be in the game in this Ramadan evening and will play big.
The three shocks on display this Saturday will therefore be UTS-WAC, Raja-JSS and RSB-FUS, for a kick-off at 10 p.m.
If the Union Touarga (UTS) was able to hold the WAC in check in the first leg by forcing it to share the points at home, on this 23rd day, it welcomes a team which has a title to defend and which until then does well (2nd, 46 points). The UTS, it will have to fight not to find itself in the zone of turbulence.
The 2nd meeting will bring to grips a winded Raja (5th, 34 points), who remains on a heavy defeat against the FUS (3-0), and who is condemned to win against the Sports Youth Soualem (JSS) which is hot on his heels in the ranking (6th, 31 points), and which could have the same ambitions of snatching a place in CAF competitions.
The other shock will be that of the FUS (3rd, 41 points) and the Renaissance Sportive de Berkane (RSB), which is stuck in the middle of the table (7th, 30 points), and which would like to surprise its host.
Note that this 23rd day began on Friday with the matches Mouloudia of Oujda-Maghreb of Fez (2-1) and Difaâ Hassani of El Jadida-Olympique of Safi (0-1).