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Singapore defeat Laos

AFF Suzuki Cup Nov 13, 2014
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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff
11 hours ago

Singapore and Malaysia lick their wounds after Suzuki Cup setbacks

Captain Shahril Ishak will hope to inspire Singapore against Myanmar on Wednesday to keep their Suzuki Cup hopes alive. Photo Credit: Football Association of Singapore.

Co-hosts Singapore and their neighbours Malaysia, winners of the last two editions of the AFF Suzuki Cup, must avoid defeat in their next Group B matches on Wednesday to be guaranteed of staying alive in the Southeast Asian tournament.

Singapore lost 2-1 to Thailand on Sunday night after 10-man Malaysia struggled to a 0-0 draw with unfancied Myanmar.

It means that both nations will be desperate for maximum points in their next games. The Malaysians play top-of-the-table Thailand while the defending...

 By Kelvin Leong
23 hours ago

Thailand silence Sports Hub with 2-1 Suzuki Cup win against Singapore

A first half equaliser by Singapore striker Khairul Amri raised Singapore hopes against Thailand in their Suzuki Cup opener.

Thailand put a severe dent in Singapore's aspirations of retaining the AFF Suzuki Cup by beating them 2-1 in a Group B game played out in front of 32,148 fans at the majestic Sports Hub stadium.

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An 89th minute penalty by Thailand's Swiss-born midfielder Chappuis Charyl proved the difference after Singapore defender Safuwan Baharudin handled in the box as the match seemed headed for a draw.

In a matchup between the two most successful teams in the history of the competition -- Singapore have won...

1 day ago

Thai heartbreak for defending champs Singapore in Suzuki Cup opener

A first half equaliser by Singapore striker Khairul Amri raised Singapore hopes against Thailand in their Suzuki Cup opener.

An 89th minute penalty by Swiss-born midfielder Chappuis Charyl gave Thailand a 2-1 victory over defending champions Singapore in a battle of Southeast Asian heavyweights at the 2014 AFF Suzuki Cup at the Singapore National Stadium.

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Chappuis converted the spot kick after Singapore defender Safuwan Bahrudin handled in the box just as the match on opening day in Group B seemed headed for a draw.

Both nations are predicted to advance to the semifinals of the biennial tournament. Earlier in the day,...

2 days ago

No training at Sports Hub could reduce Singapore's advantage

ESPN FC's Kelly Latimer and John Wilkinson give their predictions on who will emerge from Group B of the AFF Suzuki Cup.

Co-hosts Singapore have received a potential setback in the defence of their AFF Suzuki Cup title with a training ban on the new National Stadium pitch for the month-long Southeast Asian tournament.

The four-time winners will play all three of their group matches at the 55,000-seat arena. But concerns over the state of the newly-laid surface within the Sports Hub have seen organisers intervene.

Bernd Stange's squad will train at the Jurong West Stadium instead.

The decision came after the AFF match...

3 days ago

Safuwan: Team unity will help Singapore win Suzuki Cup

ESPN FC's Kelly Latimer and John Wilkinson give their predictions on who will emerge from Group B of the AFF Suzuki Cup.

Singapore centre-back Safuwan Baharudin believes the closely-knit national team can go on to win the AFF Suzuki Cup for a record fifth time.

The Lions, who won the elite ASEAN competition in 1998, 2004, 2007 and 2012, are co-hosts in 2014. They play their opening Group B game against Thailand on Sunday at the National Stadium.

"We know how to work with one another," Baharudin told the New Paper. "We've spent a lot of time with each other. This unity is our weapon. We were not the best team in terms...