Argentina vs Singapore

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Date: Tuesday, June 13

Time: 1 p.m. BST/8 a.m. ET

Venue: National Stadium, Kallang

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Argentina will play their final match before the summer break against Singapore on Tuesday, the last friendly before FIFA 2018 World Cup qualifying resumes.

La Albiceleste are coming off a big win over rivals Brazil in Australia in a friendly, and, in all likelihood, Singapore will provide them with a less challenging test. The Lions have already been knocked out of qualifying for the World Cup.

The stage is set for the superstars of football like Angel Di Maria, Paulo Dybala and Mauro Icardi to put on a show at the National stadium in Singapore on June 13th.

The Argentina football team will take on Singapore in a friendly which is set to be a momentuous occasion for the connoisseurs of football in the island nation.

The fans in Singapore were offered a golden opportunity to win free tickets to the game by answering a simple question.

From those who sent in the correct answer, we have selected three lucky winners who will get free tickets for the game.

Lionel Messi will not be there, but the stars will still rain down at the National Stadium on Tuesday, when Singapore host Argentina in a glamour friendly.

The fans will be disappointed at not being able to watch Messi in the flesh, with the Barcelona superstar flying back along with Gonzalo Higuain, who is another popular name missing from the Argentina squad.

“Basically, they were carrying over a lot of games, so I think it’s a wise decision to let them go, for this game,” Sampaoli said when asked about the absences of the key players. “It would have been too risky to let them play now.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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