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BATTLE TO WATCH: Singapore players (above) celebrating after scoring a goal in a friendly football match with Cambodia. South Korea's Jang Hyunsoo attempting to tackle Thailand's Charyl Chappuis at the 2014 Asian Games. Singapore faces Thailand in Sunday's opening match at the brand-new National Stadium in Kallang.

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BATTLE TO WATCH: Singapore players celebrating after scoring a goal in a friendly football match with Cambodia. (Above, right) South Korea's Jang Hyunsoo (in white) attempting to tackle Thailand's Charyl Chappuis at the 2014 Asian Games. Singapore faces Thailand in Sunday's opening match at the brand-new National Stadium in Kallang.
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Roar for our Lions in their den

Nov 22, 2014 5:50 AM

THE brand-new National Stadium in Kallang has hosted two high-profile football matches - Juventus beat a Singapore Selection 5-0 in August, while Brazil trounced Japan 4-0 in a friendly - since its reopening a few months ago. Over the next seven days, the 55,000-seater will stage another three

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