ABDUL Kalim is set to roll at the final day of the National Triples Bowling Championship at the Suva Bowling Club.
Kalim and his teammates Som Padiyachi and Abinash Chand will face Keegan Jadurum from the Labasa club.
Kalim survived a pool of death which consisted of top players such as former world number three Ratish Lal, Samuela Tui and Curtis Mar to record a clean sweep in three games yesterday.
Heading into the top four clash, Kalim opted to maintain a low profile against the unpredictable Jadurum.
"We will take one game at a time, this is only the first tournament of the year," Kalim, the Fiji Bowling Association secretary said.
"We will give our best shot as Keegan will also want to beat us in the semi-final. We got three wins from three games but those games are history now. We need to reset our focus and look ahead at this knockout stage," he said.
In the other semi-final Munesh Kumar of Nadi will battle Waisea Senibeci who finished second from Pool One.
Kumar's team finished the top team from Pool Two while Jadurum's finished as the second best at the end of day one.
Kalim added they anticipate a thrilling semi-finals as a new winner will be crowned at the end of the day.
The semi-finals will start at 8.30am today.