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 By John Duerden

Top five matchups in 2018 AFC World Cup final round qualification

South Korea manager Uli Stielike assesses his side's draw in the third round of AFC World Cup Qualifying.

Now that the draw for the 2018 AFC World Cup final qualifying round is out, it is time to take a closer look into which of the region's top players will be up against one another as the games play out.

There will be some fascinating matchups over the coming months, as the best teams on the continent fight it out over the course of 10 games.

Only four Asian nations will be guaranteed World Cup spots, with another two facing more playoffs for a chance to make it to Russia 2018.

The matches begin in...

 By Jason Dasey

Park Ji-sung names his four best Asian players, hopes for Man United miracle

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey speaks with Park Ji-sung as South Korea are set to face Iran and China in WCQ.

KUALA LUMPUR -- It's been half a dozen years since he played in his third and final World Cup, yet a lean and mean Park Ji-sung still looks like he could captain South Korea and, indeed, do a job in midfield for struggling Manchester United.

The former Red Devil, now 35, is wandering around the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in the Malaysian capital, happy to pose for photographs and mingle with AFC officials after Tuesday's final round draw for the 2018 World Cup.

The Taeguk Warriors were handed a difficult...

 By Jason Dasey

Korean ace Son Heung-min backed by Spurs legend Anderton to succeed

Spurs striker Son Heung Min
Son Heung-min will be hoping to write his name into Tottenham folklore as a Premier League winner this season.

He took South Korea to the brink of Asian Cup glory last year, yet Son Heung-min is still struggling to establish himself at Tottenham Hotspur, left out of this week's international matches so he can concentrate on his club responsibilities.

It denied Asian fans a chance to see the former Bundesliga star, with the Taeguk Warriors hosting Lebanon in an AFC World Cup qualifier on Thursday before a high-profile friendly in Thailand next week.

The omission is effectively a tactical move as South Korea...

 By John Duerden

Newly promoted Penang hungry for MSL success with new imports

Penang coach Tiago Jacksen
Penang head coach Jacksen Tiago hopes his side can cope with the extra demands of the Malaysia Super League.

PENANG -- This popular tourist destination may be famous around the world for the quality of its street eats, but the food available outside the old city stadium is still mostly standard football fare: burgers and kebabs. Those wanting Laksa, Char Kway Teow or a Nyonya curry may be disappointed, but the fans were just here for the football. A recent preseason friendly with Kuala Lumpur FA was an appetiser for the main course -- a first season back in the Malaysia Super League (MSL) -- so with the...

 By John Duerden

South Korea need a striker to consolidate their Asia's best tag

Son Heung-min's move to the Premier League was a crucial one for South Korean football.

South Korean fans have plenty to be proud of, after their national team's impressive 2015 record, and products like Tottenham Hotspur winger Son Heung-min making a seamless transition from the Bundesliga to the Premier League.

But 2016 promises to be a pivotal year for the Taeguk Warriors and top Korean clubs and players.

Here are five South Korean wishes for the New Year.

1. More national team success

The best thing that can happen for the South Korean national team for the New Year is to see old...

 By Kelvin Leong

Iconic Korean defender Jang Jung eager to return to Singapore

Singapore veteran defender Jang Jung
Jang Jung returned to Bedok Stadium where played for Geylang in the S.League in the late 1990s.

The stern expression on his chiseled face as he bellowed out instructions to his teammates was a sight to behold for the Kallang faithful while visiting attackers didn't dare mess with the tough South Korean centre-back.

Part of Singapore's dream team of 1994, who won the Malaysian league and cup double, Jang Jung was the defensive rock in a side loaded with attacking talent.

After playing for one of K-League's top clubs Lucky-Goldstar Hwangso -- now known as FC Seoul -- Jang became familiar to...