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Three-way tussle to join Australia in Sultan Azlan Shah final

Australia are as good as in the final of the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup. The defending champions, chasing their 10th title here, lead the six-team standings with 10 points. They will wrap up their fixtures against Japan at the Azlan Shah Stadium here today. That leaves three teams – India, Britain and New

Confident India take on Malaysia with an eye on spot in final

A win away from the final, Indian hockey team would like to guard themselves against complacency when they square off with hosts Malaysia in what can turn out to be a tricky encounter in the 26th Azlan Shah Cup on Friday. With defending champions Australia needing just a draw against rank

Harmanpreet Singh – The Next Big Thing of Indian Hockey

The rise of Harmanpreet Singh as one of the best players in the current Indian hockey team is a perfect example of what proper grooming and timely introduction into the top-flight can do to a young player. An established goal-scoring machine at the junior level, the Amritsar lad put up a

It’s a painful lesson

Defending champions Australia taught Malaysia a goal-scoring lesson, strolling to a convincing 6-1 win at the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey tournament. It was a no-contest from the onset with the Australians dominating play and being clinical in front of goal. Tom Craig and Trent Mitton hit a hat-trick each to put

Malaysia settle for draw against Japan in opener

Malaysia failed to get off with a winning start as they were held to a 1-1 draw by gritty Japan in their opening match of the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup. Malaysia were a stronger side in the early part of the game but had to stave off a fierce fightback from

Malaysia draws against Japan

Malaysia wasted an opportunity to take all three points in the opening game of the 26th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey championship against Japan tonight, with a 1-1 draw. Malaysia started aggressively, to the delight of 3,000 fans at the Sultan Azlan Shah Stadium here, and scored the first goal through