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And in 2010 they met in the final which Malaysia won with a 2-4 aggregate score.

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Malaysia

AFC Malaysia 1 - 2 Vietnam 7. A constant at every edition of the tournament, the nation has also provided the top scorer on no fewer than four occasions whilst the silky Firman Utima took home the MVP in 2010 as the nation fell to Malaysia in front of almost 100,000 fans in Jakarta. AFC Indonesia 2 - 3 Malaysia 1.

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AFF Suzuki Cup 2020

Vietnam as the reigning champions from the 2018 edition will be one of the favourites again with Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines and Singapore all looking to dethrone the two-time champions. The battle in Singapore this year end will see the best of the current crop in Nguyen Tien Linh, Teerasil Dangda, Ikhsan Fandi and Safawi Rasid vying to score the most.

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Highlights: Indonesia 4

Suzuki Cup Group A table Date Time Venue Result 5 Dec 2021 20:30 National Stadium Singapore 3-0 Myanmar 5 Dec 2021 17:30 National Stadium Timor-Leste 0-2 Thailand 8 Dec 2021 17:30 National Stadium Myanmar 2-0 Timor-Leste 8 Dec 2021 20:30 National Stadium Philippines 1-2 Singapore 11 Dec 2021 17:30 National Stadium Timor-Leste 0-7 Philippines 11 Dec 2021 20:30 National Stadium Thailand 4-0 Myanmar 14 Dec 2021 17:30 National Stadium Philippines 1-2 Thailand 14 Dec 2021 20:30 National Stadium Singapore 2-0 Timor-Leste 18 Dec 2021 20:30 National Stadium Thailand 2-0 Singapore 18 Dec 2021 20:30 Bishan Stadium Myanmar 2-3 Philippines Suzuki Cup Group B table Date Time Venue Result 6 Dec 2021 17:30 Bishan Stadium Cambodia 1-3 Malaysia 6 Dec 2021 20:30 Bishan Stadium Laos 0-2 Vietnam 9 Dec 2021 17:30 Bishan Stadium Malaysia 4-0 Laos 9 Dec 2021 20:30 Bishan Stadium Indonesia 4-2 Cambodia 12 Dec 2021 17:30 Bishan Stadium Laos 1-5 Indonesia 12 Dec 2021 20:30 Bishan Stadium Vietnam 3-0 Malaysia 15 Dec 2021 20:30 Bishan Stadium Indonesia 0-0 Vietnam 15 Dec 2021 17:30 Bishan Stadium Cambodia 3-0 Laos 19 Dec 2021 20:30 Bishan Stadium Vietnam 4-0 Cambodia 19 Dec 2021 20:30 National Stadium Malaysia 1-4 Indonesia Suzuki Cup semi-finals Date Time Venue Fixture 29 Dec 2021 20:30 National Stadium Indonesia 0-4 Thailand 1 Jan 2022 20:30 National Stadium Thailand 2-2 Indonesia Suzuki Cup top scorer It's a magnificent list of the biggest names in the region when it comes to the players who have won the Golden Boot in previous editions from Bambang Pamungkas in 2002 to Noh Alam Shah in 2007 to Safee Sali in 2010.

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Indonesia

The National Stadium with 55,000 seating capacity will be the primary stadium that is likely to host the Group A matches, having first been featured in the Suzuki Cup back in 2014 which was coincidentally the last time Singapore was chosen as the host country for one group in a previous iteration of the competition format. Ten teams have been split over two groups, with the top two sides in each group advancing to the semi-final stage.

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Highlights: Indonesia 4

The Malaysian national team comes after being left out of the World Cup in Qatar, which was held in 2002.

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Malaysia

AFC Thailand 2 - 2 Indonesia 1. ActiveSG Likely to be the venue for Group B matches, this 6,200-odd seater Bishan Stadium is located centrally in Singapore having previously been used during the 2015 Southeast Asian Games as well as being the training ground for the likes of Juventus and Atletico Madrid for the International Champions Cup.

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