The last match of Group A of the 2015 SAFF Championships sees hosts India take on Nepal in their fourth clash of 2015.
Nepal's national football captain, goalkeeper and three other players appeared in court on Monday after being charged with treason over alleged match-fixing in World Cup qualifiers for which they are facing possible life sentences.
INDIA v NEPAL Kanchenjunga Stadium, Silliguri 19 November, 18 00 IST *** After the disappointment of losing out the SAFF Cup to Afghanistan, the Indian national team was seen in action again past week. India shared the honors with a better ranked side, Philippines at the lively Kanchenjunga Stadium, Siliguri. The match saw Indians showcase a more than decent performance in front of jam packed stadium. India is now all geared up for their second friendly tomorrow against their neighbors Nepal at the same venue. India: The Blue Tigers now would be raring to go against the Gorkhaliai??i??s after a robust performance. Many players have opined that they should have clinched a triumph against Philippines in the last match, if only some clear cut chances were not muffed. Win now has a daunting task on hands, whether to test a formula with new exciting players coming up the ranks or to go in with tried and tested folks. The latter […]
Ahead of the two international friendlies against Nepal and Philippines, TheHardTackle looks at major talking points which will draw interest in these matches.
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