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India would start as overwhelming favourites against an under-performing but dangerous South Korea in their first match of the Super 4 stage in the 10th Asia Cup hockey tournament at Dhaka tomorrow. 

India finished the pool stages with an all-win record . Korea, on the other



hand, were far from impressive as they finished second in Pool B behind the ever-improving Malaysia.

Playing under a new chief coach Sjoerd Marijne, the Indians rose to the occasion and have displayed beautiful one-touch hockey, which they are known for.


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