Malaysia hoping to get the better of Indonesia at Asian indoor meet


PETALING JAYA: Malaysia will get the chance to avenge their shock SEA Games defeat to Indonesia in Cambodia last year when they collide early in the group stage of the Indoor Asia Cup hockey in Taldykorgan, Kazakhstan, from May 21-25.

Defending champions Malaysia are in a difficult Group B with Indonesia, Kazakhstan and Oman and must finish top to avoid meeting eight-time champions Iran in the cross-over semi-finals.

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