• Oman far too strong for Malaysia

    Oman trounced Malaysia 6-0 in an international friendly encounter in Muscat on Thursday.

  • Qatar shock sloppy Algeria

    Ali Assadalla scored the only goal of the game as his 32-minute effort was enough to see Qatar beat Algeria 1-0 in Doha.

  • Falcao on the double against Bahrain

    Radamel Falcao scored twice in four minutes as Colombia beat Bahrain 6-0 on Thursday.

  • Late strikes sink Singapore

    Late goals from Suttinun Phukhom and Pokklaw A-Nan gave Thailand a 2-0 victory over Singapore in the first of two friendlies between the two countries on Thursday.

  • Postecoglou proud of his side

    Australia coach Ange Postecoglou is proud of his side after Wednesday's 2-2 draw with world champions Germany and believes there are "no limits" to the potential of what they can achieve.

  • Indonesia undone by Aboubakar

    Vincent Aboubakar scored the only goal of the match as Cameroon beat Indonesia 1-0 in a friendy match in Sidaorja on Wednesday.

  • Stielike hopes to identify new options

    South Korea coach Uli Stielike hopes to identify more options within his squad when they take on Uzbekistan on Friday, ahead of 2018 World Cup qualifying.

  • Halilhodzic ready for Japan debut

    Vahid Halilhodzic takes charge of the Japan team for the first time when they face Tunisia in an international friendly on Friday.

  • Postecoglou hopes to build on Cup win

    Australia coach Ange Postecoglou believes Wednesday's friendly fixture against Germany will provide the Socceroos with an ideal opportunity to judge their standing in the world game, following their Asian Cup victory in January.

  • Ali: It's my duty to serve my country

    United Arab Emirates head coach Mahdi Ali has said that his main aim is to guide his country to the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

  • Guam bring in reinforcements

    Guam have called up seven players from the country's Budweiser Soccer League for their international friendlies against Hong Kong and Singapore.

  • Singapore-Thailand friendly to go ahead

    Singapore's international friendly against Thailand will go ahead as planned despite the death of the country's first Prime Minister, Lee Kuan Yew.

  • Troisi: We are not afraid of Germany

    Australian midfielder James Troisi feels that they can beat any team on their day including Germany in the international friendly on Thursday.

  • A-League set for bigger squads?

    Football Federation Australia have confirmed that they will be considering proposals to allow A-League clubs to sign more players.

  • Korea Rep, Kiwis to faceoff in Seoul

    AFC Asian Cup 2015 runner-up Korea Republic will play New Zealand in an international friendly in Seoul on March 31.

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