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    Azkals look to take full advantage of three more home games in first phase of World Cup qualifying

    Jul 21, 2015
    The Philippine Azkals have scored the maximum six points from two matches. 

    THE Philippine national football team is scheduled to play only three more games in the country in the first phase of qualifiers for the 2018 Fifa World Cup and manager Dan Palami is asking for support from home fans.

    “Let’s take advantage of the hometown matches by watching the Azkals play in person. The Azkals will be playing for the country’s honor. The fans’ support will count a lot,” Palami said.

    The next Azkals game is scheduled on September 8 against a tough Uzbekistan squad at the Philippine Sports Stadium in Bocaue, Bulacan. Kickoff is at 8 p.m.

    “We are fortunate to see our Azkals playing more home games, unlike in the 2011 qualifiers where they had only two home games,” he said.

    The first of four home games was played on June 11 against Bahrain at the Philippine Sports Stadium.

    [See Azkals open World Cup qualifying campaign with impressive win over Bahrain]

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    The Azkals then beat Yemen in Doha.

    [See Philippine Azkals stay perfect in World Cup qualifying with win over Yemen]

    The next Azkals matches at the Philippine Sports Stadium are on November 12 against Yemen and on March 29 next year against the North Korea.

    The away games are set October 8 against North Korea in Pyongyang, October 13 against Bahrain in Manama, and March 24 next year against Uzbekistan in Tashkent.

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    Tickets for the Azkals vs. Uzbekistan game at the Philippine Sports Stadium are now available at www.ticketworld.com.ph. Tickets are at priced P531, P331 and P125.

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