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Final four advance to AFF Suzuki Cup semis

Final four advance to AFF Suzuki Cup semis

The group stage of the 2012 AFF Suzuki Cup wrapped up over the weekend with co-hosts Thailand and Malaysia setting up a mouth-watering semi-final clash next Sunday.

Thailand, chasing a fourth title, beat 2008 winners Vietnam 3-1 on Friday to secure top spot in Group A, while reigning champions Malaysia downed 2010 runners-up Indonesia 2-0 on Saturday to finish second in Group B.

The Philippines defeated Myanmar 2-0 to advance to this Saturday’s other semi-final against three-time champions Singapore, who edged Laos 4-3.

To contact the reporter on this story: Dan Riley at [email protected]

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