The Balkh Legends looked superb in their opening match and they still have plenty of scope for improvement with Chris Gayle still to come into the side. They have a reasonably good bowling attack also which makes them a dangerous side.
Paktia have some big names in their squad and their batting line-up could take the game away from any side, but their weak bowling unit has to be a big concern. Their squad has arguably the least balance of any team.
Kabul Zwanan somehow won their opening match despite being up against it chasing 218 to win the game. They managed it however and they showed their credentials as one of the better teams in this tournament.
This promises to be a fascinating match-up between these two as the Kandahar Kings have some major firepower in their batting line-up while the Nangarhar Leopards’ strength lies in their bowling unit.
The Knight Riders are understandably favourites in this CPL final but the Amazon Warriors have good form themselves coming into this final. They beat the Knight Riders twice and their bowlers had plenty of success against them.
It is fascinating that these two teams have never met in T20 competitions and it is set to be an excellent final. The Rapids were excellent with the ball in defending 169 but they will face an even better bowling attack which is ominous for them.
Form is certainly with the Tallawahs as they come into this game match against the Patriots. The sheer depth of the Tallawahs batting line-up gives them a major edge here, but the absence of Lamichhane has really hampered the Patiots.
This series is nicely poised at 1-1 so it all comes down to this decider. The longer format has suited the Irish more than T20 where the Afghans had a clear edge with both bat and ball.
The Knight Riders have not played for a week now so they may be a little out of touch. The Tridents were poor on Saturday and they are struggling with their batting line-up and finding the right blend.
Rain is almost certain to affect this match which really does make this one a tough match to call. There is a reserve day available if no play is possible on Sunday but they will be keen to avoid that.
Neither of these sides inspire much confidence at the moment but both are desperate for a win. The Stars are becoming tough to predict on in contrast to a couple of weeks ago when it seemed inevitable they would lose.
This is a close match looking at the teams on paper. The Tridents continue to be a difficult team to read given the fact they have only played three matches and those have been spread out.