Kuwait Club and Kazma square off in the handball league showdown

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Kuwait Club player sandwiched by two opponents in this file photo.

KUWAIT CITY, April 13: Tonight, at 7:00 PM, all eyes will be fixed on the Sheikh Saad Al-Abdullah Complex hall, as the tenth round of the Handball League unfolds. The spotlight shines on the clash between Kuwait Club and Kazma, both vying for second and third place with 14 points each.

Before the pivotal Dean versus Al-Safir match, another significant showdown awaits between Al-Sulaibikhat (sixth place with nine points) and Al-Fahaheel (seventh place with eight points). Al-Sulaibikhat seeks to build on recent victories over Al-Sahel and Al-Yarmouk, despite a setback against Kazma, while Al-Fahaheel aims to bounce back after a defeat to Al-Arabi, following a win over Al-Qurain.

In the anticipated summit clash, both teams boast similar records, having triumphed in their last three outings but suffering inaugural losses in the league – “Al-Abyad” to Al-Qadisiyah, and “Orange” to Al-Arabi. With equal points and matches played, victory becomes paramount for either side, especially given their fewer games than Al Salmiya, the current frontrunner with 15 points after nine matches.

Tonight’s showdown will be a test of coaching prowess, featuring Haitham Al-Rashidi of “Sons of Kaifan” against Serbian tactician Bozo Rodic of “Sons of Al-Adailiya”. The coach who adeptly harnesses player potential and dictates the game’s tempo stands poised to secure two crucial points.

Khaled El Anzi

Al-Seyassah/Arab Times Staff

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