The Indonesian National Team Enters Pot 3 and Potentially Enters the Hell Group

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 The Indonesian National Team is confirmed to be in pot 3 of the 2020 AFF Cup draw. This is known from the leaked draft of the 2020 AFF Cup draw which will be held, Tuesday, September 21 tomorrow.

The Indonesian national team was not included in pot 4 of the 2020 AFF Cup draw, as has been circulating so far. The position of the Indonesian national team, which was previously in pot 4, was occupied by Singapore and Cambodia.

In pot 3, the Indonesian national team and the Philippines. The Indonesian national team has the potential to be included in the Hell group.

Shin Tae-yong’s troops could potentially be in the same group as Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore, or Vietnam, Malaysia and Singapore. No one has benefited from the pot changes experienced by the Indonesian national team in the 2020 AFF Cup draw.

The Indonesian national team was given a high target by PSSI in the 2020 AFF Cup. Coach Shin Tae-yong is required to give his first title in the elite Southeast Asian inter-team tournament.

As is known, the AFF Cup, which was formerly known as the Tiger Cup, is still a disappointing specter for the Indonesian national team, which has been runner-up five times. The 2020 AFF Cup which will be held on 5 December 2021-1 January 2022 is the best momentum for the Indonesian national team to win its first title.

All of the puzzles above will be known in the 2020 AFF Cup draw. The plan is that the activity will be held on Tuesday (21/9/2021) virtually.

AFF said the lottery process, which was held virtually, could be watched by all people through Champions TV and the Vidio application for those in Indonesia.

The lottery process can also be watched on AFF’s official social media accounts on the official website, YouTube channel, and Facebook page.

“We have decided to hold the official draw virtually. We feel it is important to continue the draw to provide clarity to the team about the tournament so that they can immediately prepare themselves,” said AFF President, Khiev Sameth.

The 2020 AFF Cup will be held using a new format. Later, the AFF will appoint a country that is deemed safe to host the tournament.

This step was taken to facilitate the process of controlling and anticipating the team from the COVID-19 pandemic. Until now, it is not known which countries have declared their readiness to host the 2020 AFF Cup.

The majority of countries in Southeast Asia are still in a COVID-19 emergency status. This situation has made AFF not yet dared to confirm the host of the AFF Cup 2020. (Yahoo.com)

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