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Saturday night Malaysia Cup games severely disrupted by bad haze

ESPN FC's John Wilkinson and Jason Dasey review week four of the 2015 Malaysia Cup in which LionsXII and Selangor came out on top.

Premier League side T-Team upset Super League outfit Felda United 2-1, but all other Malaysia Cup games were postponed on Saturday night due to severe haze affecting Malaysia and Singapore.

Five other matches were called off, including group games involving defending champions Pahang and Malaysia Super League winners, Johor Darul Ta'zim.

The worst air pollution in more than two years has thrown domestic and regional football into disarray in both Malaysia and Singapore. 

The haze is caused...

 By Dez Corkhill

Brazilian Marcos Antonio holds key to JDT's 2015 AFC Cup chances

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and Dez Corkhill preview the 2015 AFC Cup semifinal preview as JDT face champions Al Qadsia, where Corkhill feels JDT are now playing with the "big boys."

Malaysia Super League (MSL) champions Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) face a daunting challenge as they travel to Kuwait to face reigning champions, Al Qadsia, in the semifinal, first leg, of the AFC Cup on Tuesday night.

JDT are chasing an historic treble of trophies and have already gone further than any other Malaysian club in continental history.

Here are things things to watch out for at the Mohammed Al-Hamad Stadium in Kuwait City.

1. Marcos and case for the defence

Brazilian defender Marcos Antonio...

 By John Duerden

Underdogs Penang stun defending Malaysia Cup champions Pahang

Defending champions Pahang suffered their first defeat in Group D. Photo credit: Asiana

Failee Ghazli started his first game of the season for Pahang and scored twice as the newly promoted side thrashed Pahang FA 4-1 at the Bandaraya Stadium in Georgetown to keep hopes of the Malaysia Cup quarterfinals alive.

Facing the holders and the Malaysia Super League runners-up, it was a fine and confident display from Penang. They now have four points from three games to go second in Group D, two points behind Pahang. PDRM play PKNS on Monday.

Failee was the star of the show. The former Perak...