Pune: Defender Zohmingliana Ralte scored twice as India’s Pune ended their maiden continental campaign on a high with Tuesday’s 2-0 win over Hong Kong champions Kitchee at Balewadi Sports Complex their first-ever victory in the AFC Cup.
Al Hidd assistant coach Arif Juma is confident that the Bahraini team can get the result that they need on Tuesday against Group C leaders Qadsia SC as they look to book a spot in the Round of 16 on their debut in the AFC Cup.
Yangon: With his team assured of a place in the last 16 of the AFC Cup, Yangon United coach Eric Williams intends to give his younger players a run-out when the Myanmar league champions meet Vietnamese Cup winners Vissai Ninh Binh in their final Group G game on Tuesday.
Osh: Arbil coach Ayob Odisho is looking for his side to earn home advantage in the AFC Cup Round of 16 knowing that at least a draw at Alay FC on Tuesday would ensure the Iraqi team proceeds to the knockout stage as Group D winners.
Singapore: Notwithstanding their relative inexperience on the continent, Coach Myo Hliang Win is insistent that his Nay Pyi Taw side can mark their debut AFC Cup campaign with progression into the knockout stages via a win against Tampines Rovers in Singapore on Tuesday.
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