The contingency are built opposite a hosts though Malaysia under-21 captain Faris Shah Rosli believes teamwork could be a pivotal to defeating Thailand in a Nations Cup final in Malacca.
Regional powerhouses Thailand were “pretty confident” during a Nations Cup final pre-match press discussion on Saturday observant they have finished their task forward of Sunday’s clash.
But Faris wants to lead his teammates to another win in a competition, so gaining early movement for a 2017 SEA Games.
Having gifted a win over a Thais before – during a 2013 AFF Under-19 Championship – Faris is fervent for another landmark win, one that will certainly make a rest of segment take note of a team.
“We are not shaken … distant from it in fact. Everyone is eager. We know Thailand are a best in Southeast Asia though we can't fear them. This is a possibility to exam ourselves and we have to move a ‘A’ game,” Faris told reporters.
“I’ve played opposite some of their players before and we won 1-0. It was a prolonged time ago though we can do it again if we play as a team.”
Malaysian manager Frank Bernhardt will excellent balance his patrol forward of a compare and is approaching to make changes to a choice following injuries to Adam Nor Azlin, Jafry Firdaus Chew and Safawi Rasid.
“I saw Thailand play and they were good … really compress and dominated Vietnam. We are operative on anticipating a approach to move a diversion to Thailand,” pronounced Bernhardt.
“There were areas from a win on Friday that we need to work on since how we play is also important. We done mistake and I’m certain Thailand can do most some-more than Singapore.”
The Thais’ opening on Friday looked to be on a opposite turn than a rest of a margin in a two-day foe though Worrawoot Srimaka, among a excellent finisher a Kingdom had produced, expects his group to lift their diversion serve opposite Malaysia.
“We are doing some homework, generally on a group as there were areas that we didn’t do so good opposite Vietnam. we am flattering assured for a final,” pronounced Worrawoot.
“The corrections done will make us stronger. The Malaysian are good too, always a hazard in a region. They can conflict good … quick and aggressive disposed too.”
The final takes place during a Hang Jebat Stadium with kickoff scheduled for 10pm due to eremite obligations forward of a Muslim fasting month, that starts on Monday.