Thailand vs Philippines preview, predictions, lineups and more

Thailand will face the Philippines in Group B, match 1 of AFC Women’s Asia 2022 on Friday, January 21. The match will take place at DY Patil Sports Stadium, Navi Mumbai.

Thailand were one of the best teams in the early years of the Asian Cup when they won the championship in 1983. However, they have not been the same since and have struggled to make it through to the group stage in the past few years. recent years.

Thailand finished 4th in the 2018 tournament after losing 3-1 to China in the third place match. They will be led by Silawan Intamee and will aim to raise their second title.

Meanwhile, the Philippines will be participating in the Asian Cup for the 10th time. They didn’t have much success in the competition with their best result being a sixth place finish in the 2018 edition. Led by Tahnai Annis, they will be hoping for a successful run and run. start the tournament with a win.

Prediction match between Thailand vs Philippines

Thailand: Waraporn Boonsing, Kanjanaporn Saenkhun, Warunee Phetwiset, Sunisa Srangthaisong, Pitsamai Sornsai, Pikul Khueanpet, Silawan Intamee (C), Wilaiporn Boothduang, Saowalak Pengngam, Taneekarn Dangda, Miranda Nild

Philippines: Inna Palacios, Hali Long, Ryley Bugay, Morgan Brown, Sofia Harrison, Tahnai Annis (C), Camille Rodriguez, Anicka CastaƱeda, Sara CastaƱeda, Eva Madarang, Quinley Quezada

Thailand vs Philippines live

The match between Thailand and the Philippines will be broadcast live on Eurosport India and Jio TV channels.

Predict Thailand vs Philippines

The confrontation between Thailand and the Philippines is expected to end. Both sides have a good lineup and will be in the best shape to take the lead in this game. In our opinion, the match will end in a draw.

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