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Singapore to face Iran in U21 tournament on home soil this month

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The Singapore U21 side will take on Hong Kong and Uzbekistan on home soil later this month.

Singapore will host a national Under-21 tournament later this month, featuring Asia's top ranked nation, Iran.

According to Today, a quadrangular invitational will be held on July 21 and 23, with Hong Kong and Uzbekistan the other teams.

The matches are part of Singapore's preparations for next year's Southeast Asian Games in Malaysia.

An FAS spokesman told Today that an announcement about the quadrangular will be made soon, once final details are confirmed.

Singapore failed to advance beyond the group stages at last year's SEA Games on home soil and finished last in June's Nations' Cup in Malacca, unable to win a game.

Iran's U21 side will present a strong test for Singapore. The country's senior team, coached by former Manchester United assistant Carlos Queiroz, are the highest ranked nation in Asia at 39th in the world.

Uzbekistan's youth teams have also been successful in regional and international competitions. They made the quarterfinals of the 2015 FIFA U20 World Cup in New Zealand, beating Austria in the Round of 16.

The 29th SEA Games will be held in Kuala Lumpur from Aug. 19 to 31 next year.

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