However, Nepal coach Krishna Thapa has promised a fight in today’s crucial league clash.
India appeared a bit rusty in their 2-1 victory against Syria, but taught a thing or two on passing while beating Maldives 3-0 to top the table with six points.
Cameroon are in second spot with four points. Thapa said: “The level of India’s their performance is going up with every match. Against Maldives, India were too good. But that doesn’t mean Nepal can’t beat India. In fact, both the teams are of the same standard. Nepal, a last minute call-up to the tournament, have looked lacklustre losing both their matches, 1-2 to Maldives and 0-5 to Cameroon.
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