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INDONESIAN SUPER LEAGUE

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Persija 18 8 8 62
2 PSM Makassar 17 10 7 61
3 Bhayangkara 15 8 11 53
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 By John Duerden

Indonesia need more superstars like Michael Essien for 2018 season

PJ Roberts assesses if Rafael van der Vaart is suited for a move to Indonesian club Bali United.

After making the 2016 final, Indonesia will fancy their chances at November's AFF Suzuki Cup, which will introduce a new home-and-away format for the group stage.

But ASEAN success is just one of the hopes for Southeast Asia's most populous nation.

Here are five 2018 football wishes for Indonesia.

1. More big names

The build-up to the 2017 Indonesia Liga One season was sent into the stratosphere by the arrival of five world stars. Michael Essien, Didier Zokora, Mohamed Sissoko, Peter Odemwingie,...

ESPN FC  By ESPN

Bukit Jalil Stadium to mark football opening with three-nation Super Cup

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and Dez Corkhill discuss Kelantan's great escape from relegation and prospects for the 2018 season.

Kuala Lumpur's renovated Bukit Jalil National Stadium reopens to football fans next month with a three-team Super Cup tournament featuring clubs from Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand.

Work started last year, but was temporarily halted as the stadium reopened for August's Southeast Asia (SEA) Games before further renovations were carried out.

The upgrade has come in time for the venue's 20th anniversary, having been constructed for the 1998 Commonwealth Games.

The stadium forms part of KL Sports...