FAT says Myanmar and Thailand will play friendly match

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Myanmar team players (white) attempt to block the Thai’s attack during the 2020 Suzuki Cup group match.  PHOTO: ESPN

The Football Association of Thailand (FAT) announced that the Myanmar national team and the Thai national team will play a friendly match before the 2022 AFF Cup to be held at the end of this year.
The FAT has said that the match will be a preparation plan for the Thai team ahead of the 2022 AFF Cup, and the friendly match will be held in Thailand on 11 December. Myanmar and Thailand have not played a friendly match for a few years, and it is only now that they play again.
However, the Myanmar and Thailand teams met in the group stage of the ASEAN Suzuki Cup held at the end of last year as an international competition, and the Thai team won by four goals.
The Myanmar team and the Thai team are in different groups in the upcoming 2022 AFF Cup.
Thailand team is falling in Group A with Indonesia, the Philippines, Cambodia, and Brunei while team Myanmar is placed in Group B with Viet Nam, Malaysia, Singapore and Laos.
The Myanmar team will start training for this tournament after the end of the Myanmar National League, a domestic league competition, and will play friendly matches against other teams, including Thailand. — Ko Nyi Lay/GNLM

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