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All change in Group A of Brunei tournament

All change in Group A of Brunei tournament

Myanmar and Laos leapfrogged Indonesia to occupy the top two spots of Group A of the 2012 Hassanal Bolkiah Trophy after both teams registered wins in the Brunei capital Bandar Seri Begawan on Tuesday night.

Myanmar beat 2002 champions Indonesia 3-1 at the Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Stadium while at the same time, Laos dispatched Singapore 2-0 at the Berakas Sports Complex.

With two rounds left to play this weekend, all five teams in Group A have a mathematical chance of obtaining one of two berths in the semifinals, which will be held next Wednesday.

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