The Asean Football Federation will have a new record holder on Wednesday as Singapore and Thailand go head-to-head to becoming the first four-time winner of the coveted AFF Suzuki Cup.
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For those unaware, the AFF Suzuki Cup is the hugely popular biennial football competition organised by the ASEAN Football Federation and contested by the national teams of Southeast Asia.
Singapore and Thailand have both won the title three times each in the nine year history of the tournament, and both the War Elephants and Lions will be desperate to be crowned the 4-time champion of the region.
On paper Thailand look like favourites. They not only have the best scoring record in the tournament so far with 12 goals, but also have the joint-strongest rearguard having conceded just three goals.
The Thai’s dangerman is forward Teerasil Dangda. Compact, nippy and always alert, Dangda (who once played a friendly match for Manchester City back in 2008) has already chalked up five goals in the competition to establish himself as the best goal-getter at the games.
Dandga will be supported in goalscoring effort by Datsakorn Thonglao: commonly thought of as the best playmaker in Southeast Asia. Together with fellow midfielder Isa Halim, Thonglao is the supply chain Singapore need to cut off if they stand a chance of scooping the gold.
Singapore, however, have their own striking talent to bring to the party.
Shahril Ishak, Khairul Amri and Aleksandar Duric offer Lions coach Radojko Avramovic plenty of options in the final third of the pitch, while at the back Baihakki Khaizan has made a name for himself as one of the toughest defenders in Asia.
As to predicting what will happen, Singapore-Thailand matches are rarely inundated with goals and so cautious punters be be inclined to back less than 2.5 goals in the 90 minutes.