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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Singapore book friendly vs. Qatar ahead of critical Asian Cup qualifier

Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson break down Singapore and Malaysia's recent poor home outing in the Asian Cup.

Ahead of their make-or-break Asian Cup qualifier in Turkmenistan, Singapore have organised a tough friendly against 2022 World Cup hosts, Qatar.

The Lions will face the Qataris in Doha on Oct. 5 before travelling to play Turkmenistan in Ashgabat on Oct. 10.

Qatar are 77 places above Singapore in the FIFA rankings at 85th in the world. They've already qualified for the 2019 Asian Cup, and can boast competitive victories over South Korea and Syria in the last 12 months.

"Preparations in Qatar will...

 By Kenneth Tan

Singapore should have worked harder to protect Asian Cup lead - Sundram

Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts evaluate the International Champions Cup's expansion into Singapore and how it can improve.

Head coach V. Sundramoorthy says fatigue contributed Singapore conceding a late equaliser in the 1-1 home draw against Turkmenistan in the 2019 Asian Cup qualifiers on Tuesday night.

The Lions had looked good for the three points after Shakir Hamzah's 63rd-minute strike. But they spurned a couple of gilt-edged opportunities before Altymyrat Annadurddyyev's strike eight minutes from time ensured the visitors grabbed a share of the spoils at Jalan Besar Stadium.

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Singapore concede late to draw home Asian Cup qualifier

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Singapore were made to rue a late equaliser as they were held to a potentially costly 1-1 draw by Turkmenistan in 2019 AFC Asian Cup qualifying at Jalan Besar Stadium on Tuesday night.

Shakir Hamzah put the Lions ahead after the hour mark with his first international goal. But Altymyrat Annadurdyyyev scored eight minutes from time to rescue a point for the visitors, in front of 3,712 spectators.

The result meant Singapore remain winless in Group E, with two points from three outings, and will most...

 By Kenneth Tan

Hariss Harun on-board with new system for Asian Cup qualifying

FC's Yasmin Hamid and PJ Roberts preview Singapore's Asian Cup qualifier vs. Turkmenistan and its heavy implications.

Vice-captain Hariss Harun believes Singapore are shaping up nicely with a new formation as they look ahead to Tuesday night's crucial Asian Cup 2019 qualifier against Turkmenistan.

Coach V. Sundramoorthy is likely to stick with the 3-4-3 system for their second game in five days at Jalan Besar Stadium.

The Lions gave a good account of themselves, with improved combinations, with a 1-1 comeback draw against Hong Kong in a friendly last Thursday.

If they had taken their chances, they would have...

 By Kenneth Tan

Khairul Amri wants to play for Singapore until after 2018 Suzuki Cup

FC's Yasmin Hamid and PJ Roberts preview Singapore's Asian Cup qualifier vs. Turkmenistan and its heavy implications.
Jason Dasey speaks with Warriors FC captain Shahril Ishak following his hat-trick versus Brunei DPMM.
FC's Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson review Warriors FC's dominating 5-1 win over Brunei DPMM, and their finals hopes.

Fit-again Khairul Amri wants to stay injury-free for the next couple of years to play at least until after the 2018 AFF Suzuki Cup when he will be approaching his 34th birthday.

The Tampines Rovers striker is preparing for Tuesday's 2019 AFC Asian Cup qualifier against Turkmenistan at Jalan Besar Stadium.

Since making his international debut as a precocious 19-year-old in 2004, the talented front man has scored 32 times in 116 caps, and grabbed the only goal of Singapore's ill-fated 2016 Suzuki...