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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Singapore record lowest-ever FIFA ranking at 171, behind Malaysia

ESPN FC's PJ Roberts and John Wilkinson look ahead to Cambodia's AFF qualifying clash against Timor Leste.

Southeast Asian giants Singapore have fallen down the pecking order in the latest FIFA world rankings and are in 171st place, behind archrivals Malaysia in 164.

V. Sundramoorthy's charges are in the final phase of preparations for the upcoming AFF Suzuki Cup in Manila, and were held to a goalless home draw by Malaysia earlier this month, before succumbing 3-1 away to Hong Kong four days later.

Philippines continue to be ranked top among Southeast Asian nations at 124, while Vietnam (136), Thailand...

 By Gabriel Tan

Unbeaten Cambodia face Timor-Leste, poised to book AFF Cup spot

ESPN FC's PJ Roberts and John Wilkinson look ahead to Cambodia's AFF qualifying clash against Timor Leste.

Cambodia will head into their final 2016 AFF Suzuki Cup qualifier against Timor-Leste on Friday aware that their destiny remains in their own hands.

Having been buoyed by near-fanatical support from their home fans over the past week, the Angkor Warriors are top of qualification, with maximum points from their opening two matches. It sees them hold a three-point lead over Laos and Brunei.

They finish off their campaign on Friday evening with what appears to be a straightforward encounter at the...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Singapore 'unlucky' to lose to Cambodia in AFF warm-up - Fandi

ESPN FC's Dez Corkhill and John Wilkinson break down Albirex Niigata's Singapore League Cup triumph.

Assistant national coach Fandi Ahmad says Singapore were "very unlucky" on their recent tour of Japan and Cambodia and are still on track for this year's AFF Suzuki Cup.

The Lions will try to win their record fifth ASEAN title when the tournament begins in November, co-hosted by Philippines and Myanmar.

But, after falling to two defeats in three matches in Japan, Singapore lost 2-1 to Cambodia in Phnom Penh on Thursday night -- their first defeat to the Southeast Asian minnows in 44 years.


 By Gabriel Tan

Singapore fall to shock defeat in Cambodia in Suzuki Cup warm up

Cambodia fans
Cambodia fans could celebrate their first victory over Singapore since 1972.

Singapore's training tour in preparation for November's AFF Suzuki Cup ended on a low note on Thursday evening when they were handed a shock 2-1 defeat by 10-man Cambodia at the Olympic Stadium in Phnom Penh.

It was Singapore's first loss to Cambodia at senior level since 1972.

The result should serve as a huge wake up call for Singapore with less than four months to go to the Suzuki Cup, with the Cambodians yet to qualify for the 2016 edition.

The Lions were without key players like Hariss Harun,...

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Singapore to show what they learnt in Japan vs. Cambodia - Madhu

Singapore will reap the benefits of their tough Japanese tour in Thursday night's international friendly against Cambodia, says central defender Madhu Mohana.

The Lions lost two out of three matches in Japan, including a shock 3-2 defeat to the Niigata University of Health and Welfare last Wednesday. But Mohana believes that the 25-man squad learnt a lot from their exertions under head coach V. Sundramoorthy.

"The three matches in Japan allowed us to use different tactics against different opponents,"...