So far, the JAN counteroffensive has stalled over the last few days, while the SAA front is slowly creeping forward on both the flanks of the JAN offensive, notably at Zaytan and into Zorbah. Despite their successes with the wide offensive early on, JAN has switched to going all in at Al Eis, which is the SAA's heaviest line. They don't have much choice in the matter, if they lose this battle the SAA will be at the east gates of Idlib and Saraqib as this cluster along the M-5 highway is literally the last stop before the two cities. The SAA's Hub is at Al Hader, and Al Eis has a few strategic hilltops, which are few and far between in this area. IMO this is why JAN are so keen on taking it.
JAN has called on militias from north Hama to redeploy to South Aleppo. A good sign they are in trouble.
While I was finishing writing this post I just read this on my feed.
#BREAKING : Southern #Aleppo - #Syrian army starts operation to storm Al-Zerbah village with intensive #RuAF cover.