Indian football team to play friendlies against Lebanon, Palestine

Indian football team to play friendlies against Lebanon, Palestine

The Indian football team will compete in the international friendlies against Lebanon and Palestine as part of its preparations for the AFC Asian Cup Qualifiers, UAE 2019.

The team is in the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh to play a friendly match against the host country on Wednesday.

While the match against Lebanon has been confirmed for the 7th June, the game against Palestine will be played on 2nd October later this year. The venue for both the matches has not been finalised yet.

India’s first Group A match in the AFC Asian Cup qualifiers is slated against Myanmar on Tuesday next week in Yangon which is the former capital of Myanmar.

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