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 By Nicolas Anil

Ikhsan Fandi and Syafiq Ahmad vie for 2017 SEA Games bragging rights

Jason Dasey and Dez Corkhill assess Malaysia and Singapore's respective chances in the 2017 edition of the SEA Games.
Jason Dasey talks to Malaysia U22 coach Ong Kim Swee about the host nation's ambitions at the 2017 Southeast Asian Games.
Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson look at Singapore's U-23 side and their friendlies vs. India ahead of the SEA games.

The 29th Southeast (SEA) Asian Games men's football tournament kicks off on Monday, with 11 nations vying for the gold medal.

With Thailand defending champions, and Vietnam plus host nation Malaysia considered their strongest challengers, here are five players to watch over the next two weeks:

Ikhsan Fandi (Singapore, forward)

Being born into the biggest sporting family in Singapore comes with big responsibilities, but young Ikhsan Fandi seems to be taking it all in his stride. The second son to...

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Malaysia move five FIFA rankings spots above Singapore

Jason Dasey and Dez Corkhill assess Malaysia and Singapore's respective chances in the 2017 edition of the SEA Games.

Malaysia widened their lead over Singapore to five places after the release of the latest FIFA rankings.

Despite both nations losing their most recent Asian Cup qualifiers, Malaysia rose one spot to 166th, as Singapore fell two to a worst-ever 171st.

Singapore's current position is 51 spots below their average of 120th since the FIFA rankings began in 1993.

Their best ranking in the last decade came in 2009 when the Lions were 110th in the world.

While Malaysia's 166th is comfortably better than...

 By Paul Murphy

Mika Chunuonsee takes Bangkok United into seventh heaven in Thailand

Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts assess Chanathip Songkrasin's move to the J-League and what to expect moving forward.
Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson break down what Kaitisuk Senamuang's has to offer to Port FC.
Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts break down Thailand's resilient 1-1 draw with the UAE in World Cup Qualifying.
Mika Chunuonsee, left, says a top-three finish is a realistic target for free-scoring Bangkok United.

Welsh-born Thailand defender Mika Chunuonsee put Bangkok United in seventh heaven as his side won their eight consecutive Thai League (T1) match with a 7-2 victory over Chonburi.

Mika netted the final goal of Saturday night's game as Mano Polking's side produced yet another devastating attacking performance.

They are now level on points with Muang Thong United, who drew 2-2 at Sisaket, while leaders Buriram United pulled six points clear with a 7-0 thrashing of Super Power Samut Prakan.

Here are...

 By Paul Murphy

Teerasil Dangda grabs double as Muang Thong United romp in Thailand

Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts assess Chanathip Songkrasin's move to the J-League and what to expect moving forward.
Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson break down what Kaitisuk Senamuang's has to offer to Port FC.
Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts break down Thailand's resilient 1-1 draw with the UAE in World Cup Qualifying.
Teerasil Dangda celebrates Muang Thong ACL goal
Thailand international Teerasil Dangda, second left, hadn't scored for Muang Thong United since May.

Teerasil Dangda struck his first Thai League (T1) goals in over two months as Muang Thong United recovered from an early scare to thrash bottom side Super Power Samut Prakan by a record score of 9-1.

The Thai international striker grabbed a brace after Super Power sensationally took a first-half lead before reverting to type and conceding nine goals for the second time in three games.

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Buriram United maintained their four-point cushion over the Kirins at the top, while fourth-paced Chiang Rai United's...

 By Paul Murphy

Chanathip Songkrasin makes winning J.League debut for Consadole

Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts break down Thailand's resilient 1-1 draw with the UAE in World Cup Qualifying.
Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson break down what Kaitisuk Senamuang's has to offer to Port FC.
Thai star Chanathip Songkrasin in ACL
Chanathip Songkrasin has now played two games for Japan's Consadole Sapporo in different competitions.

Thailand's Chanathip Songkrasin starred on his J.League debut on Saturday as Consadole Sapporo defeated 10-man Urawa Reds 2-0.

Three days after making his first appearance as a substitute in the Levain Cup defeat at Cerezo Osaka, the playmaker, who is on loan from Muang Thong United, played for just over an hour before being substituted with his side a goal up.

In an interesting twist of fate, it was former Muang Thong striker Jay Bothroyd who replaced Chanathip and went on to add the clinching...