India eye consistency as rivalry with arch-rivals Pakistan resumes


Three days after winning the Intercontinental Cup, by defeating a higher-ranked Lebanon, Sunil Chhetri-led India will be back on the pitch for some more international football. Once deprived of competitive games, India have their hands full in 2023.

The Igor Stimac-coached side competed in eight matches in 2022. So far in 2023, they have already played in eight matches, at least three more are to be played in the SAFF Championship and there’s King’s Cup and Merdeka Cup to come.

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