Zain Premier League Gears Up for Exciting Return After 26-Day Break

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KUWAIT CITY, Sept 26: The Zain Premier League is set to resume after a 26-day hiatus, attributed to the Olympic team’s involvement in the Asian Cup qualifiers and their participation in the ongoing Asian Games in China. There two scheduled matches with Al-Arabi facing off against Khaitan at Jaber International Stadium while Al-Salmiya will be the guests of Al-Kuwait Friday, featuring a single match between Kazma and Al-Jahra.

The round will conclude next Saturday with two matches; first, Al- Qadisia will meet Al-Fahaheel, followed by a matchup between Al-Nasr and Al-Shabab. Al-Arabi and Al-Kuwait game is postponed due to their involvement in the AFC Cup competitions. “The Green” is set to host Lebanese counterpart Nejmeh next Monday in the second round of the third group competitions.

Meanwhile, “Al-Abyad” will welcome their Jordanian guests, Al-Wehdat, next Tuesday for the second round of the second group competitions. In today’s confrontations, Al- Kuwait aims for a third consecutive victory to maintain its position at the top of the standings. Meanwhile, Al-Salmiya seeks a second consecutive win after defeating Al-Nasr 3-2 in the second round, a victory that could temporarily secure them the league lead. In the second match, Al-Arabi looks to capitalize on the high morale of its players following their recent victory over Iraq’s Al-Zawraa in the AFC Cup.

However, Al- Akhdar remains cautious, aware of the potential for surprises from their opponent, Khaitan, who has displayed convincing performances in the previous two rounds. Meanwhile, the Ministry of Information rebuffed claims that it had obstructed a local channel’s ability to broadcast Premier League football matches (Zain League). In a statement, the ministry clarified that it had received a request two days ago from the same channel to lease two SNG devices for broadcasting the matches. The ministry affirmed that it is currently processing the request in adherence to established procedures and protocols.

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