India will take on Bangladesh in their last game to choose the victor of the SAFF U-18 Women’s Championship here on Friday.
It will be a “genuine fight”, India lead trainer Thomas Dennerby said just before the match.
India have played three games in the competition which is being facilitated in Jamshedpur, and have won every one of those matches – – two against Nepal and one against Bangladesh – – scoring 13 objectives, while yielding only one.
Be that as it may, Dennerby stayed mindful in front of the Bangladesh game, in which a draw would be enough for India to seal the title.
“It was a tight game last time, and I figure it will be something very similar in this one too. We have seen the games among Nepal and Bangladesh, and they have been somewhat more slow, yet they are as yet an excellent side,” said Dennerby.
“Obviously, it’s the last round of the title, and everything relies upon it. This will be a genuine fight, so we need to remain 100% focussed.”
The ‘Youthful Tigresses’, who have nine focuses on the board, will be hoping to end the title with one more win at the JRD Tata Sports Complex.
“We are here to dominate all the matches, there has not been whatever would provoke us to transform anything about that. We will anticipate one more incredible game and expectation for another three places.
“We need to end the competition with an ideal record, which will help in the future also,” said the lead trainer.
India chief Shilky Devi repeated Dennerby’s feelings, saying she is anticipating having a decent game against Bangladesh.
“Mentor has told us from the beginning that regardless, we need to dominate all the four matches, and that remains our objective. We have all buckled down throughout the previous few months and we couldn’t imagine anything better than to consider the outcomes on the pitch to be well,” Shilky said.
“We need to win, yet in addition need to have a decent game against Bangladesh.”