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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Singapore rise nine spots to go above Malaysia in FIFA world rankings

Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson break down Singapore and Malaysia's recent poor home outing in the Asian Cup.

Singapore are above Malaysia on the FIFA world rankings for the first time in more than a year after climbing nine spots.

This comes after the Lions secured consecutive 1-1 draws against Hong Kong and Turkmenistan in their most recent international matches in August and September.

Singapore are at 162nd, four spots above Malaysia, who remained at 166th, according to the latest list.

The Malaysians have failed to win four consecutive games since Portugal's Nelo Vingada took over as head coach in...

 By Paul Murphy

Younghusband rescues Azkals as India, Vietnam win in Asian Cup qualifying

Coach Thomas Dooley endured a tense night as Philippines had to twice come from behind.

The Younghusband brothers rescued a point as Philippines had to come from behind twice to draw 2-2 with Yemen in a key Asian Cup 2019 qualifier.

The result keeps the Philippines top of Group F, two points ahead of Yemen, and looking good for a place in the United Arab Emirates in 2019. However, Thomas Dooley's side will still be disappointed not to have beaten the country 19 places below them in the latest FIFA rankings.

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The Central Asian side took the lead through Mudir Al-Radaei in the 27th...

 By Paul Murphy

Malaysia to play Indonesia in SEA Games semis as Thailand win through

Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson recap Malaysia's 3-1 win over Myanmar which has them poised to win Group A at the SEA Games.

Host nation Malaysia will play Indonesia, and holders Thailand will face Myanmar in Saturday's semifinals of the Southeast Asian Games (SEA) Games after the completion of Group B action on Thursday.

The Thais sealed their spot in the last four with a ruthless 3-0 victory over Vietnam.

Elsewhere, Indonesia's 2-0 victory over Cambodia booked them a last-four clash against Ong Kim Swee's Malaysia.

A controversial opener from Phitiwat Soojkitthummakul gave Thailand the lead on the stroke of half-time...

 By Paul Murphy

Thailand beat Philippines as Indonesia and Vietnam draw in SEA Games

Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson recap Malaysia's 3-1 win over Myanmar which has them poised to win Group A at the SEA Games.

The identity of the Southeast Asian (SEA) Games semifinal opponents of host nation Malaysia remains uncertain, with three Group B teams vying for the top two places after 10-man Indonesia held Vietnam to a goalless draw while Thailand defeated Philippines on Tuesday.

The Malaysians are expected to seal top spot in Group A when they take on Laos on Wednesday. But they will have to wait until Thursday before learning which of Vietnam, Thailand, or Indonesia will finish second in Group B.

The three...

 By Paul Murphy

Thailand beat Cambodia in 2017 SEA Games in game of two red cards

Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson preview the final match of Group A, and debate Malaysia's possession vs. Myanmar's offence.
Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts assess Chanathip Songkrasin's move to the J-League and what to expect moving forward.

Nattawut Sombatyotha's late double helped Thailand ease to a 3-0 victory over Cambodia in the Southeast Asian (SEA) Games in Malaysia on Sunday night.

The Ratchaburi striker came off the bench to net a brace after Picha U-Tra had given the Thais a first-half lead.

Both sides played with 10 men in the second half after Chaiyawat Buran and Sok Samnang were red-carded for violent conduct just before the half-time whistle.

After a slow start, the Thais burst into life in the 15th minute when Chaiyawat...