Nepal vs Bhutan

Nepal vs Bhutan Women’s SAFF Championship first match today

Nepal vs Bhutan: Nepal will play against Bhutan today at 5:30 PM Nepali time at Dasharath Stadium in Tripureshwar for SAFF Championship.

In the opening match of the sixth edition of the Women’s SAFF Championship, the host Nepal will play against Bhutan at the Dasharath Stadium on Tuesday (today). The match will be held at 5:30 PM Nepali time at Dasharath Stadium in Tripureshwar.

Nepal vs Bhutan Team News

Under the captaincy of new captain Angela Tumbappo Subba, Nepal is entering the field with the goal of victory against Bhutan. The Nepalese team, made up of a mixture of experienced and young players, will be planning to make a good start. Nepal’s top scorers Savitra Bhandari ‘Samwa’, Hira Kumari Bhujel, Amrita Jaisi, Geeta Rana, Poonam Zargha Magar, Vimala Wick, Vimala Chaudhary, Manjali Kumari Yonjan, Preeti Rai, Saru Limbu, Deepa Rai, Anita Basnet, Anita KC and Rekha Kumari Paudel along with Rashmi Kumari Ghising. Midfielder Deepa Shahi is likely to make her debut as a starting choice. – Nepal vs Bhutan

Nepali team’s head coach Kumar Thapa has said that the goal is to forget the past and do better. ‘You can’t guess by looking at the previous results. We cannot predict who will become the champion. We will not let the second chance go to waste,’ he added, ‘We have not considered anyone weak. First, we will focus on the league stage, then we will focus on the knockouts.’ – Nepal vs Bhutan

He added that playing the official championship for the first time in the stadium will normalize the mentality of all the players. Goalkeeper and captain Anjila Tumbapo Subba said that she will not lose that faith in her captaincy. She added that she will fight till the end and show up on the field rather than talk now.

Bhutan coach Kyung Suk Hong said that she had prepared well for the competition. Team captain Pema Choden Chiring said that it will not be easy to face Nepal at home. At the press conference held on the eve of the tournament, she expressed that it is mentally difficult to play among Nepali supporters. ‘There is a majority of young players in our team. Nepal is a very strong team. It will not be easy to play against the home team.’ She said, ‘Playing in front of home supporters is not easy mentally.’

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