Head coach V. Sundramoorthy is frustrated that Singapore haven't been able to capitalise on their chances, with their winless streak stretching to five games after Tuesday's 2-0 defeat in Hong Kong.
Despite creating several goal-scoring opportunities, the Lions came up empty-handed for the second time in four days.
On Friday, they dominated Malaysia at the Sports Hub, but drew 0-0.
"It was a very good game, very exciting and there were chances for both teams," coach Sundram told The New Paper.
Singapore have still yet to find form ahead of next month's AFF Suzuki Cup after they were beaten 2-0 by Hong Kong in Tuesday's international friendly at the Mong Kok Stadium.
Alex Akande got the hosts on their way with a clinical strike four minutes before the break before a powerful drive from Huang Yang in the 70th minute to put the result beyond doubt.
The defeat means that the Lions are still looking for their first official win since beating Myanmar at the start of June. They are fast running...
Goalkeeper Hassan Sunny believes Singapore's international friendly against Hong Kong on Tuesday night is the ideal preparation for next month's AFF Suzuki Cup opener against the Philippines.
The Lions were held to a frustrating 0-0 draw on Friday by Malaysia at the National Stadium. Singapore dominated the game, and peppered the Malaysian goal with shots, but failed to put one into the net.
Hassan, 32, is not worried by his strikers' failure to score, insisting they will come good when the Suzuki...
Singapore could give starts to some of the players who sat on the bench against Malaysia, including dynamic forward Sahil Suhaimi, when they face up to Hong Kong in a friendly at Mong Kok Stadium on Tuesday.
Head coach V. Sundramoorthy hinted that he might freshen up the side who were held to a 0-0 draw at the Singapore Sports Hub on Friday.
"The team played credibly [on Friday] and they all have a good chance to start against Hong Kong, but we will be taking a different tactical approach," Sundram...