India vs Kyrgyzstan: Tri Nations Tournament Match Preview, Team News and Predicted Line-ups

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A solitary point against their upcoming opponents is enough for India to lift the Tri-Nation friendly tournament.
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A draw in India vs Kyrgyzstan Republic is enough for Blue Tigers to win the Tri-Nation International Football tournament on Tuesday, but head coach Igor Simac said the hosts will go all out for a win.

India vs Kyrgyzstan: Match Preview:

The Blue Tigers began with a slender 1-0 win over Myanmar on Wednesday last. They need just a draw to win the tournament after Kyrgyz Republic snatched a 1-1 draw against Myanmar in the second match of the tournament on Saturday.

India vs Kyrgyzstan: Sportz Point.
The Blue Tigers just need a win to wrap this tournament up. (Image- IFTWC)

Kyrgyzstan, on the other hand, will require a win against India to claim the trophy. The Kyrgyz Republic saw their opening tie of the tournament end as a 1-1 draw against Myanmar.

Heading into the next game against the hosts, the side will aim to put up a better display and secure a win.

One can expect a whole host of changes from the Indian team head coach Igor Stimac, who did not select players in the starting lineup that took part in the 2022-23 Indian Super League final, apart from skipper Sunil Chhetri.

Team News:


Manvir Singh is injured, Igor Stimac has confirmed. Sahal Abdul Samad has joined the India camp.


Kyrgyzstan has a fully fit squad.

India vs Kyrgyzstan: Head to Head:

There were previous four matches before, with India winning three of them, while Kyrgyzstan has won just one.

Predicted Line-ups:

India: Gurpreet Singh Sandhu; Rahul Bheke, Sandesh Jhingan, Anwar Ali, Akash Mishra; Jeakson Singh, Suresh Singh Wangjam, Anirudh Thapa; Brandon Fernandes, Lallianzuala Chhangte, and Manvir Singh.

Kyrgyzstan: Tokotaev Erzhan; Kozubaev Tamirlan, Mamyraliev Suiuntbek, Akmatov Aizar, Uulu Kairat; Dzhalilov Raul, Alykulov Gulzhigit, Merk Kai; Shukurov Alimardon, Atabaev Erbol, and Uldashev Sherali.

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