Watch the International Football Friendly match between Singapore vs. Philippines Azkals. Studio 23 has just agreed to air the Singapore-Philippines match LIVE on Fri, Oct. 7 starting at 6:30 p.m. Kick-off at 7:30 p.m.
Singapore Lions vs. Philippine Azkals will be replayed on Sat., Oct. 8 at 8 a.m. on BALLS SkyCable Channel 34. As of this writing the Philippine Azkals is currently competing in Long Teng Cup being held in Chinese Taipei and will be concluded on October 4 . The Azkals will meet Macau tomorrow, October 4 and will still have a shot on Championship trophy if they beat Team Macau and the Hongkong vs. Chinese Taipei match went to draw.
Some Game Facts:
Singapore has won the ASEAN Football Championship/ Tiger Cup/ Suzuki Cup three times (1998, 2004 and 2007)
Singapore is currently the 3rd highest ranked ASEAN country in the FIFA standings at 136 (Thailand - 117, Vietnam - 130). PHL is 6th highest at 166.
Singapore is only one of three ASEAN countries that made it to the 3rd round of the 2014 World Cup Qualifiers (Thailand and Indonesia are the others).
In the last 20 yrs, the Philippines has met Singapore 8 times. Singapore won 7 straight (goals: 23-1) before the 1-1 draw last yr.
As per @cedelfpt, Azkals line-up for Singapore friendly is as follows: "Borromeo, Caligdong, P & J Yhusbands, Bahadoran, Guirado, Etheridge, Cagara, Lucena, Mulders, Schrock, Jonsson, Araneta, Sacapano, Gener, Burkey, Matt Hartman, Reymark Fernandez, Neckson Leonora, Lexton Moy, Jason de Jong."
NOTABLE ABSENTEES: Anton del Rosario, de Murga, Muller and MARK HARTMANN.
"SINGAPORE will field its A team against the Philippines when the Lions host the Azkals in a friendly match on October 7 at the Jalan Besar Stadium."
Watch the Highlights of Philippines vs. Singapore last year, Match draw,1-1.
The Philippine Azkals lost in a friendly football match to the Singapore Lions, 2 goals to nil (2-0).
The game was held Friday, October 7 at Jalan Besar Stadium along Jalan Besar, in the Kallang area of Singapore. Shaiful Esah and Aleksandar Duric scored the 2 goals in the 50th and 64th minute of the game, respectively. Azkals’ next game will be against Nepal on October 11, at the Rizal Memorial Stadium.