The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) says Malaysia's rescheduled 2019 Asian Cup qualifying match away to North Korea could be played at a neutral venue.
With the Group B clash postponed three times due to security concerns and strained diplomatic ties between the nations, the Asian body added that a decision would be made at the end of this week.
The most recent rescheduled date was Oct. 5 for the match in Pyongyang, but it was called off after Malaysian authorities issued a travel ban on its...
After a winless 2017, Singapore and Malaysia fell a combined 15 spots in the latest FIFA rankings, to sit below Asian minnows like Laos and Chinese Taipei.
Singapore tumbled 11 places to 173rd, while Malaysia are just above them in 170th after sliding four rungs.
Both teams are in danger of failing to advance to the 2019 AFC Asian Cup after defeat-riddled qualifying campaigns so far.
Singapore have garnered only two points from four matches in Group E, while Malaysia are on one point after two...
The semifinals of the Malaysia Cup will provide a welcome distraction for football fans after the national team succumbed to a desperately poor 2-0 loss to Hong Kong in AFC Asian Cup qualifying last Tuesday.
Seventeen players from that 24-man Malaysia squad will be involved in Sunday's first leg, with Perak facing Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) and Felda United doing battle with Kedah.
Here are three things to watch out for:
1. Durakovic's love affair with Malaysia Cup
As a player, former Australia international...
Perak goalkeeper Hafizul Hakim is taking aim at Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT), as his club target another home win over the Southeast Asian giants in the Malaysia Cup semifinal, first leg on Sunday.
Back in February, Perak stunned JDT by beating them 2-1 in a Malaysia Super League (MSL) clash. Now, Mehmet Durakovic's side are hoping for a famous double in their bid to reach the Malaysia Cup final for the first time since 2007.
But Hafizul insists his team should forget about the earlier victory, and...