Sultan Azlan Shah Cup perfect platform for M’sia to gauge standard

PETALING JAYA: The Sultan Azlan Shah Cup in May will provide national coach Sarjit Singh an avenue to gauge their level against two potential rivals who will also play in the Nations Cup in Poland.

Pakistan and Canada will be among six teams competing in Ipoh from May 4-11. It will be the first competition for Sarjit’s new-look Speedy Tigers which will be named on Monday.

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