Kuwait come into this as one of very few teams that are able to play at home due to COVID enforcing several matches being played at neutral venues. They remain in contention for a top-two finish and a playoff spot but their main rival is their opponent in this fixture in Jordan. Jordan have a three-point advantage on their opponents but the fact that they are away from home could be a difficulty. Kuwait have conceded just six goals whilst Jordan have let in two. Given those defensive records and the fact this is likely to be a tense affair; this should be a low-scoring encounter.