Sarjit hopes Malaysia will do better against stronger rivals at Nations Cup

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia will be battling with stronger teams at the Nations Cup in Poland from May 31-June 8 but national head coach Sarjit Singh is hoping to achieve better results in his second tournament in charge of the Speedy Tigers.

Malaysia will open their campaign against Pakistan, who finished runners-up at Sultan Azlan Shah Cup in Ipoh last week, on May 31 in Group B.

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