Malaysia look good to reach q-finals in world meet

In the fray: World No. 24 Rachel Arnold will lead Malaysia’s challenge in the world meet.

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia have a clear path to the quarter-finals after receiving a favourable draw at the World Women’s Team squash championships in Cairo from Dec 10-15.

Third seeds England are the favourites to advance to the last eight from Group C while Malaysia look good to finish at least second and reach the knockout stage.

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