Matchweek 15 of the ADNOC Pro League is set to see tough clashes entitled "Shared Ambitions" of all teams, as each side looks to gain some ground, between keeping pace with the league's leading teams or moving up standings.
The Sharjah vs. Al Dhafra match will mark the start of the 15th matchweek at Al-Sharjah Stadium at 17:30 on Thursday.
The host team looks to continue its good results, especially after their recent victory over Ittihad Kalba in the previous round, while Al Dhafra aim to secure all three points to move away from the relegation zone.
At the same time, Khorfakkan will welcome Al Wasl to Saqr bin Mohammed Al Qasimi Stadium, in a clash of Latin rhythm between the Khorfakkan side's Argentine coach Gabriel Calderón and Al-Wasl's Brazilian coach Odair Hellmann.
Both teams will aspire to return to winning ways after their recent stumbles in the last round.
Friday's action gets underway with a tough derby between Bani Yas and Al Wahda at Baniyas Stadium at 20:00.
The match is always special and with unexpected results between the two teams, with Al Wahda among the top-four teams chasing the league title, while Baniyas hope to move up table.
The second day of matches will see a clash between the last-placed Emirates and the league leaders Al Ain at 17:30 at the Emirates Stadium.
The match is expected to be strong, especially in light of the upward trajectory of Emirates under Egyptian coach Ayman Al-Ramadi.
Al Ain hope to rack up another win on their relentless march towards the ADNOC Pro League title.
At the same time, Al-Orooba will welcome Al-Nasr to Fujairah Stadium, in a clash to heal the wounds of the two teams after their loss in the last round.
Friday's action gets underway with a strong match between Ajman and Shabab Al-Ahli at 20:00, who both achieved victories over Al-Nasr and Emirates respectively in the last round, and hope to continue their winning streak.
Al Jazira's match against Al Dhafra has been postponed to March 15th because of the Pride of Abu Dhabi's participation in the FIFA Club World Cup.