I agree with Guiseppe - the 2 servers in question do not appear to be on the same subnet and are
most likely sending traffic to the default gateway instead of directly connecting
to the server on the same subnet via the MAC address.
To verify this you can add a line to the bottom of your ACL to deny IP any any log - to log the packets and see that the servers are hitting the ACL. If they were on the same subnet they would not hit the ACL.
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