Malaysia U-18 have targeted a win over Thailand to claim the Group A top spot in the AFF Under-18 championship in Myanmar.
Before that top-of-the table clash, the two sides have qualified for the semi-finals as they both have 12 points.
“It’s important that we finish top of the group. There are no injuries, but we have to be cautious as some are on yellow cards.
“There are four players with cautions (yellow card) and I will not use them for tomorrow’s game,” said Malaysia U-18 head coach Bojan Hodak to The Star.
On the other hand, the Tigers have aimed to wrap up their AFF U-18 championship campaign in as champions.