Surprisingly, the two most reduced positioned groups of the competition (Tajikistan 120 and North Korea 122) have made it to the finals with 6 points each from the 3 matches each. Meanwhile, India (positioned 101) and Syria (positioned 85) bombed pitiably to rule the occasion.
Syria even figured out how to win one experience with however the protecting victors India neglected to win a solitary match in the competition.
Discussing the finalists, North Korea will have a slight bit of leeway as they beat Tajikistan 1-0 in the league stages. Be that as it may, North Korea mentor Yun Jong Su said the single goal triumph won’t have any bearing on Friday’s immeasurably significant clash.
“We won the previous match. But this match starts afresh. We will do our best, and try to show to all what we are capable of,” Jong Su said.
Tajikistan mentor Usmon Toshev, in the meantime, is in no state of mind to accept the final as retribution match for his side.
“A final is a different ball game. We learned our lessons when we last played them. We aim not to repeat them in the final,” Toshev said, adding, “We had a great time here and played three good matches. Another match awaits. But a final is a final, and a different match altogether. It’s a prestige match, and we hope we can achieve glory.”
The champions will get more extravagant by USD 50000, while the other participants will get USD 25000. The Hero of the Tournament will take USD 7500.
The match begins at 8 pm IST.