Ex-coach Stephen optimistic Malaysia can lift maiden Asia Cup


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PETALING JAYA: Former national coach Stephen van Huizen believes Malaysia have the best chance to win their maiden Asia Cup now that the World Cup ticket is in the bag.

Malaysia are now in the super four stage with defending champions India, Japan and South Korea where the top two will reach the Asia Cup final in Jakarta.

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