NEPAL vs INDIA Dasarath Rangasala Stadium,Kathmandu Tuesday 17th March, 2015, 15:00 IST *** The second Leg of the World Cup Pre-Qualifiers sees Nepal play host to India. India go into the match having a 2-0 lead, courtesy of Sunil Chettri’s brace. Nepal will be looking forward to overturn the deficit and progress to the next stage, having the advantage of playing in their own backyard. However India will be adamant not to let the 2 goal advantage slip. Team News and Tactics Nepal Coached by Jack Stefanowski, Nepal will have to overturn the two goal deficit to have any chance of progressing to the next stage. Nepal were outdone by their opponent in the 1st Leg of the tie, but they only conceded two goals, which means the tie is still there to be won but Nepal will have to improve a lot on their Away performance if they want to keep their hopes of Qualifying for the World Cup […]

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