The big game between Al Muharaq and Al Hidd steals the performance this Saturday in Bahrain, but I will deal with the other game between Busaiteen and Al Hala. That's because I find there is value in the performance given to Busaiteen's victory.
The match is on a neutral stadium and Busaiteen is typically home-based, wanting to repeat its last feat and regain the championship. The event seems to have been divided into two groups of teams, the good ones who are in the first 5 positions and claim on almost equal terms the championship and the bad guys who are in the remaining 5 positions and are fighting to avoid the 2 positions leading to the demotion and barrage of relegation.
Busaiteen is obviously in 5 good and this season seems to be in terrible form, having 4 wins in the same number of games he has given in 2014. They appear to be molded at a very critical time. The previous match went to their eyes, having lost their own game from Al Shabab. They were 2 times and instead of 0-5, they were found at 2-2 and eventually won the Ayman Abdulameer head at 93. Winning deserved 100%. The pleasant surprise of the team was the new acquisition of Ahmed Abed, who scored 2 goals and is expected to remain in place despite the return of Eissa Ghalib from punishment.
Al Hala, on the other hand, continues to worry. Although he was impressed with the two white draws he took from Al Riffa and Al Muharaq, Malkiya had a very poor performance and managed to steal a score with goals that came from a defensive mistake of her opponents.
The difference between the two teams is high quality. Al Hala will play 90 minute defense and will expect to keep as he did with the other two big in January. But at the moment Busaiteen seems to have found a very good form and having scored 13 in its last 4 games to find the keys to break Al Hala's defense.