Selangor and Singapore renew rivalry in Sultan of Selangor Cup

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  • Friday, 26 Sep 2014

Khalid Ali (left) of Selangor Veterans being held back by Soh Chin Aun from clashing with a Singapore player during the Sultan of Selangor Cup match in 2013. - Filepic

PETALING JAYA: Traditional rivals Selangor and Singapore will lock horns in the 13th edition of the Sultan of Selangor Cup at the Shah Alam Stadium on Saturday (9pm).

The Red Giants, who are preparing for their Malaysia Cup quarter-final clash against Premier League runners-up Felda United next month, will have Indonesia’s Elie Aiboy as their guest player while the Lions will bank on 45-year-old evergreen striker Aleksandar Duric to get the goals.

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