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2018 Schedule
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391dNicolas Anil

Malaysia top SEA group, Lions beat Brunei

Hosts Malaysia survived a scare against stubborn minnows Laos to win 3-1 at Shah Alam on Wednesday to top Group A in SEA Games men's football.

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392dNicolas 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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396dKenneth Tan

Ikhsan on SEA target for Singapore vs. Laos

Singapore retain a slim chance of making the SEA Games semifinals after securing a 2-0 Group A victory over Laos in Kuala Lumpur on Friday.

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397dKenneth Tan

Singapore fight for SEA Games life vs. Laos

Anything less than a win in their third SEA Games match against Laos on Friday will see Singapore eliminated from the men's football competition.

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580dESPN staff

AFC bans 22 Laos and Cambodian players

Southeast Asian football has been rocked by life bans for 22 players from Laos and Cambodia for match-fixing after a ruling by the AFC on Wednesday.

Kaz Patafta
603dPaul Murphy

AFC Cup: Home United eye Laos pull out

Laos champions Lanexang United have withdrawn from a 2017 AFC Cup group expected to feature Singapore's Home United as Laos' football falls apart.

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618dPaul Murphy

Buriram's comeback win for Mekong glory

Thailand's Buriram United overturned a first leg deficit to win the Mekong Club Championship on Sunday after accounting for Lanexang United, of Laos.

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638dJason Dasey

Ex-Benfica junior Patafta now Asian GM

Now general manager of the Laos champions, ex-Benfica junior Kaz Patafta dreams of making his mark in his native Australia at an A-League club.

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679dESPN staff

FAM slam fixing claims, demand evidence

The FA of Malaysia have angrily denied allegations, made by former FIFA security chief Chris Eaton, that the country had become a match-fixing hub.

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680dESPN staff

Singapore praised for match-fixing fight

Singapore has been praised for its efforts in fighting match-fixing by FIFA's former head of security, Chris Eaton, now an independent consultant.

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Four Laos players banned for 'manipulation'

The Asian Football Confederation provisionally suspended four Laos international players on Monday for 60 days for suspected match-fixing.