India will look to end their losing streak in the AFC Asian Cup when they take on Syria in their third and final group-stage game on Tuesday, January 23. The Indian football team played its first match in the AFC Asian Cup against Australia. Where they had to face defeat by 0-2. He had to face defeat in the next game also. Uzbekistan defeated the Blue Tigers 3–0 in that match, leaving them bottom of Group B. India will now look to bounce back as they hope to defeat Syria in the next match. India and Syria will face each other at the Al Bayt Stadium in Qatar on Tuesday.
Syria are currently one point above India in the Group B standings of the AFC Asian Cup. Syria played a goalless draw with Uzbekistan in their opening match of the tournament but they lost their next game to Australia 0–1. Syria will also be eyeing their first win in the tournament. In such a situation, let us know about all the information related to this match.
Information related to India vs Syria AFC Asian Cup match
On which date will India vs Syria AFC Asian Cup match be played?
The India vs Syria AFC Asian Cup match will be played on Tuesday, January 23.
Where will India vs Syria AFC Asian Cup match be played?
India vs Syria AFC Asian Cup match will be played at Al Bayt Stadium, Qatar.
What time will the India vs Syria AFC Asian Cup match start?
India vs Syria AFC Asian Cup match will start at 5:00 PM IST.
Which TV channels will be able to watch India vs Syria AFC Asian Cup match?
The India vs Syria AFC Asian Cup match will be telecast live on Sports 18 network in India.
Where can you watch live streaming of India vs Syria AFC Asian Cup match?
India vs Syria AFC Asian Cup match will be live streamed on JioCinema app and website in India.
Possible starting line-ups of both the teams?
India’s probable line-up: Gurpreet Singh Sandhu, Subhashish Bose, Sandesh Jhingan, Rahul Bheke, Nikhil Pujari, Anirudh Thapa, Lalengmawia Ralte, Suresh Singh Wangjam, Lalianjuala Changte, Manveer Singh, Sunil Chhetri.
Syria probable line-up: Ahmed Madaniya, Abdul Rahman Weiss, Eham Oussou, Thayer Krouma, Moyad Ajan, Mahmoud Al Aswad, Jalil Elias, Ezekiel Ham, Ammar Ramadan, Omar Khribin, Ibrahim Hessar.