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 By Nicolas Anil

Malaysia won't respect Myanmar too much in SEA Games clash - Ifwat

Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson preview the final match of Group A, and debate Malaysia's possession vs. Myanmar's offence.
FC's Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson break down Malaysia's 2-1 SEA games win over Singapore, highlighting their squad depth.

Malaysia may be riding high after consecutive Southeast (SEA) Asian Games victories, but they are preparing themselves for a test of character against Myanmar on Monday.

The battle of unbeaten sides at Shah Alam Stadium is likely to decide who will win Group A and get a potentially easier semifinal.

The Malaysians opened their campaign with a 2-1 victory over Brunei on Monday before coming from behind to down Singapore 2-1 on Wednesday.

Myanmar dismantled Singapore 2-0 and Laos 3-1 to top Group...

 By Kenneth Tan

Ikhsan scores, Singapore stay alive in SEA Games after win vs. Laos

Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson preview the final match of Group A, and debate Malaysia's possession vs. Myanmar's offence.

Singapore retain a slim chance of making the semifinals of the 2017 Southeast Asian (SEA) Games after securing a 2-0 victory over Laos in their third Group A game at Selayang Stadium, near Kuala Lumpur, on Friday.

Successive defeats to Myanmar and Malaysia meant the Young Lions had to win this game, and they did just that, thanks to two goals in the first 11 minutes from attackers Taufik Suparno and Ikhsan Fandi.

Singapore coach Richard Tardy rang the changes for this crucial game, handing Shahrin...

 By Kenneth Tan

Singapore fight for SEA Games life, ponder Adam Swandi selection

FC's Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson break down Malaysia's 2-1 SEA games win over Singapore, highlighting their squad depth.
Singapore's hopes of advancing in the SEA Games took yet another hit with a 2-1 defeat to Malaysia.
Jason Dasey and Dez Corkhill assess Malaysia and Singapore's respective chances in the 2017 edition of the SEA Games.

Singapore will take on Laos in the third of four Group A games on Friday afternoon at Selayang Stadium, knowing that anything less than a win will see them eliminated from the 2017 Southeast Asian (SEA) Games football competition.

The Young Lions slumped to their second defeat in as many matches at Shah Alam on Wednesday night, despite taking a first-half lead against host nation Malaysia. They conceded two goals in six minutes to lose 2-1 after a 2-0 opening day defeat to Myanmar.

They will now...

 By Nicolas Anil

Richard Tardy says Singapore 'disappeared' in SEA Games loss

FC's Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson break down Malaysia's 2-1 SEA games win over Singapore, highlighting their squad depth.
Singapore's hopes of advancing in the SEA Games took yet another hit with a 2-1 defeat to Malaysia.
Jason Dasey and Dez Corkhill assess Malaysia and Singapore's respective chances in the 2017 edition of the SEA Games.

Head coach Richard Tardy says Singapore lost to Malaysia in the Southeast Asian (SEA) Games because they "disappeared" in the second half when they were overcome in the physical battle.

The Lions were in pole position to cause an upset for almost an hour on Wednesday night before succumbing to quickfire goals to surrender their lead, and almost certainly miss out on the semifinals.

A wonderful long-range goal from Home United's Muhammad Amiruldin put the visitors ahead in the first half at Shah...

 By Nicolas Anil

SEA Games: Malaysia showed 'character' vs. wounded Lions - Ong

FC's Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson break down Malaysia's 2-1 SEA games win over Singapore, highlighting their squad depth.

Coach Ong Kim Swee reminded his players to cut out needless errors after seeing them come from behind to beat Singapore 2-1 in the Southeast (SEA) Asian Games on Wednesday night.

It gave Malaysia a second win in two matches to keep them on course for a spot in the semifinals of the multi-sports event on home soil.

Second-half goals from substitutes Muhammad Nor Azam Azih and N. Thanabalan gave Malaysia all three points at Shah Alam Stadium to stay second in Group A, behind Myanmar on goal difference....