The top-ranked team in the tournament, Lebanon will face Maldives in a Group B match on Wednesday, June 28 at the Shree Kanteerava Stadium in Bangalore. Lebanon is currently top of Group B with six points while Maldives are third with three points.
Lebanon is coming off a flawless display over Bhutan where they won 4-1 with goals from Mohamad Sadek, Ali Al Haj, Khalil Bader, and Mahdi Zein. The Lebanese have already qualified for the knockout stages and will look to solidify their top spot. After losing out on the Intercontinental Cup, they will want to get a title under their belt before the all-important AFC Asian Cup in January.
Maldives will be wanting to bounce back after they lost 3-1 against Bangladesh in their last game with Hamza Mohamed being their only scorer. A win here could propel them to the semi-finals as they will go up to the second place but will still have to compete with Bangladesh for the spot.
Head to Head:
Lebanon have dominated the Maldives so far as they have four wins out of the four matches played against them. These two teams faced each other last time in the 2008 Asian Cup qualifiers when Lebanon won 2-1.
When and where will the Lebanon vs Bhutan, SAFF Championships 2023 match take place?
The SAFF Championships 2023 game between Lebanon and Bhutan will take place on Wednesday, June 28 at 3:30 pm IST at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium in Bangalore.
Where to watch the live telecast of the Lebanon vs Bhutan, SAFF Championships 2023 match in India?
The SAFF Championships 2023 game between Lebanon and Bhutan will be telecasted live on DD Bharti in India.
Where to watch the live stream of the Lebanon vs Bhutan, SAFF Championships 2023 match in India?
The live stream of the SAFF Championships 2023 game between Lebanon and Bhutan will be available on the Fancode app and website.
Where to catch live scores of the Lebanon vs Bhutan, SAFF Championships 2023 match in India?
SportsTiger's website and app will provide you with live scores and live updates of the SAFF Championship 2023 in India.
Ali Al Sabaa, Abdul Al Razaq Dakramanji, Waleed Shour, Mouhammed-Ali Dhaini, Mahdi Al Zain, Hasan Korani, Hasan Srour, Ali Al Haj, Khalil Bader, Karim Darwich, Mohamad Sadek,
Hussain Shareef, Ali Samooh', Mohamed Irufaan, Ahmed Numaan, Hisham Hassan, Ibrahim Aisam, Hussain Nihan, Hussain Sifaau, Hamza Mohamed, Ali Fasir, Naiz Hassan