2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
2-0-0, 1st in AFF Cup
Laos 1-3 Myanmar: Laos eliminated (1:35)
Honda's Cambodia soundly beaten by Myanmar (2:07)
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360dPaul Murphy

Myanmar ace Aung Thu signs in Thailand

Myanmar international striker Aung Thu has become the latest player to benefit from the Thai League's new ASEAN player quota by joining Police Tero.

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368dPaul Murphy

Philippines blow chance to make Asian Cup

Philippines blew a chance to seal their place at the 2019 AFC Asian Cup as they laboured to a 0-0 draw in Nepal and will now have to wait until March.

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403dPaul Murphy

Vietnam on brink of Asian Cup qualification

Vietnam are on the verge of qualifying for the 2019 AFC Asian Cup after they went joint top of Group B with a dominant 5-0 victory over Cambodia.

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410dPaul Murphy

Teerasil scores as Thailand beat Myanmar

Teerasil Dangda was on the scoresheet again as Thailand eased past neighbours Myanmar with a 3-1 victory in a friendly in Mandalay.

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439dPaul Murphy

India, Vietnam win, Philippines draw in ACQ

James Younghusband grabbed a draw for Philippines at home to Yemen as India and Vietnam secured wins in 2019 Asian Cup qualifying on Tuesday night.

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450dNicolas Anil

Malaysia 'focused' on SEA semi win - Adib

Captain Adib Zainuddin is concerned Malaysia are still leaking goals as they prepare for Saturday's SEA Games semifinal versus Indonesia at Shah Alam.

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451dNicolas Anil

Malaysia happy to win ugly in SEA - Ong

Coach Ong Kim Swee says getting results is more important than playing pretty football as the unbeaten Malaysians look ahead to Saturday's semifinals.

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452dNicolas Anil

Malaysia won't fall vs. Laos - Kumaahran

Forward S. Kumaahran warned unbeaten Malaysia of any complacency as they look for a win over minnows Laos to ensure topping Group A at the SEA Games.

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453dNicolas Anil

Thanabalan is Malaysia's SEA 'treat' - Ong

Coach Ong Kim Swee says two-goal hero N. Thanabalan is Malaysia's "treat" after he inspired a 3-1 win vs. Myanmar to book a SEA Games semifinal spot.

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454dNicolas Anil

Malaysia thrash Myanmar, book SEA semi

Malaysia beat Myanmar 3-1 in SEA Games football at Shah Alam on Monday night to confirm their semifinal spot, and put them on course to top Group A.

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454dNicolas Anil

SEA Games: Malaysia to tighten up at back

Midfielder Syamer Kutty Abba predicts Malaysia will give a more complete performance when they take on Myanmar in a SEA Games crunch match on Monday.

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455dNicolas Anil

Malaysia's Ong warns of Myanmar danger

Malaysia coach Ong Kim Swee has cautioned his team watch Myanmar's hot shot striker Aung Thu in their SEA Games Group A decider on Monday night.

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456dNicolas Anil

Adam chases Malaysia gold, move abroad

Malaysia may be riding high after consecutive SEA Games wins, but they are preparing for a test of character against unbeaten Myanmar on Monday.

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461dKenneth Tan

SEA Games: Singapore lose to Myanmar

Singapore made a disappointing start to the 2017 SEA Games, with Aung Thu masterminding a 2-0 Group A win for Myanmar in Kuala Lumpur on Monday.

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462dKenneth Tan

SEA Games: Injured Adam in for Singapore

Midfielder Adam Swandi has been included in Singapore's Southeast Asian Games squad, despite damaging ankle ligaments while playing for Home United.

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487dKenneth Tan

Young Lions lose U23 opener to Myanmar

Singapore's hopes of making January's AFC U23 Championship took a blow when they lost 2-0 to Myanmar in their qualification opener on Wednesday night.

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492dESPN Staff

'Door open' for Malaysia's JDT U23 stars

Coach Ong Kim Swee says the door is open for missing JDT, Pahang and Penang stars in the Malaysian squad in next week's AFC U23 qualifiers in Bangkok.

RankingsAFF Cup

Goal Difference5Tied-2nd
Goals Scored7Tied-1st
Assists4Tied-2nd
Goals Conceded2Tied-5th