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AFC Cup: Inter-Zonal & West Zone final preview

first_imgINTER-ZONAL FINAL 1st LEG: FC ISTIKLOL (TJK)  v BENGALURU FC (IND)FC Istiklol2015 runners-up FC Istiklol and 2016 runners-up Bengaluru FC both know the pain of falling at the final hurdle in this tournament and will be eager to grab another chance to set things right again. That is exactly what is on offer when the two teams meet in a two-legged tie in the Inter-Zonal final. The first leg, on Tuesday, will see Istiklol welcome the Indian team to Dushanbe where they will hope to notch a positive result. FC Istiklol are on a high, having won the Tajik League for a fourth consecutive season recently and will be primed for this continental battle. They have not lost in the AFC Cup yet in eight games and have been imperious at home. They have scored 10 goals and conceded just the one goal in four games at home in the competition. This included a comprehensive 4-0 win over Ceres Negros in the Inter-Zonal semifinal first leg which effectively killed the tie off before the second leg. This is what Bengaluru FC need to be wary about. Bengaluru FC will be eager to prove that their run to the final last year was no flash in the pan. They beat North Korean champions 4.25 SC convincingly in the previous round and will be focusing on ensuring Istiklol do not enjoy a huge advantage before they can play Istiklol at home in the second leg. Venue: Hisor Central Stadium, Hisor Kick-off: September 27, 19:00 UTC+5:30 AFC Cup AFC Cup 2017 Preview – Inter-Zonal final 1st leg & West Zone final 2nd leg Ashwin Muralidharan Last updated 2 years ago 18:17 25/9/2017 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Bengaluru FC AFC Cup 3-0 Bengalurur FC AFC Cup Istiqlol v Bengaluru Al Quwa Al Jawiya v Al Wahda Al Wahda Bengaluru Istiqlol Al Quwa Al Jawiya Last year’s finalists are still in with a shout of making the grand final of the AFC Cup….. Come Monday, we will have one of the finalists of the AFC Cup 2017 determined after the second leg of the West Zone final between Air Force Club of Iraq and Al Wahda of Syria. This week will also see the first leg of the Inter-Zonal final between Bengaluru FC and FC Istiklol as the two teams vie to reach the grand final. What can we expect in Asia’s secondary continental tournament this week? WEST ZONE FINAL 2nd LEG: AIR FORCE CLUB (IRQ) v AL WAHDA (SYR)Air Force Club celebrate Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘I’m getting better’ – Can Man Utd flop Fred save his Old Trafford career? Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Defending champions Air Force Club have a task on their hands when they welcome Syria’s Al Wahda for the second leg of the West Zone final on Monday. In the first leg, the Syrians had triumphed 2-1 which means a draw is enough to take them through to the Grand Final while Air Force Club will have to go for an outright win. Interestingly, both teams had played each other in the group stages, with both games ending in a draw. A draw will suit the visitors just fine on Monday. For Air Force Club, a lack of goals has been concerning and their star striker Hammadi Ahmadi has notched just the two goals after scoring 16 goals last season. But it was his strike in the first leg that gave them a vital away goal which could prove to be decisive here. Al Wahda, on the other hand, have scored the most goals in the West Zone this year – 16 goals. They have the firepower and with striker Raja Rafe in good form, will be confident of scoring against Air Force Club. All points towards a mouthwatering clash. Venue: Saoud Bin Abdulrahman Stadium, DohaKick-off: September 26, 18:00 UTC+3last_img read more

Logos Hope comes to Grand Bahama

first_img Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBahamas, July 14th 2017: If you’re looking for a good book to read or something different to do this summer vacation with family, you might be interested in checking out the Logos Hope, the world’s largest floating book fair, set to anchor at the Freeport Harbour in Grand Bahama, from July 29th for a week until August 6th. The Logos Hope boasts of over Five thousand affordable books for purchase, and offers a wide array of fun filled events onboard.The ship’s team met with Ian Rolle, President of the Grand Bahama Port Authority for advanced planning and discussed their upcoming visit, and the potential unique opportunities its arrival will bring to Grand Bahamians. Logos Hope project coordinator Filipe Leite, says “The crew of the Logos Hope is very unique because we are all Christians. We all believe in Jesus as our savior and we join as volunteers for the period of two or three years.”He went on to describe the organization’s motto of “bringing knowledge, help and hope” and explained their initiative to provide easy and affordable global access to literature.Logos Hope is operated by GBA (Good Books for All) Ships, an international charitable organization registered in Germany. Since its launch in 1970, the organization has welcomed over 45 million visitors in more than 150 countries worldwide.And if you want to learn more, you can visit the Facebook page, “Logos Hope visits The Bahamas.”last_img read more