Sri Lanka face Afghanistan in their second match of the 2013 SAFF Championship this Wednesday, watch a free live football stream of Sri Lanka v Afghanistan from 10:45 (BST) September 4th.
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Sri Lanka let in two early goals against Maldives in their opening SAFF Championship match and will be looking for an improved performance against Afghanistan on Wednesday. Defensive frailties were exploted far to easily by Red Snappers and with Afghanistan hitting three in their opening game it could be difficult viewing for Sri Lanka fans. Sri Lanka are not expected to go far in the tournament, but have won the SAFF Championship before in 1995 on home soil where they defeated India in the final and the onus will be on them to do the pressing against Afghanistan.
Afghanistan got their tournament underway with a comprehensive 3-0 victory over Bhutan thanks to goals from Haroon Amiri, Mustafa Azadzoy and Hashmatullah Barakzai. The result gives the Lions of Khorasan a good chance of qualifying from Group B to make the semi-finals and they will be confident of picking up another win against Sri Lanka. Afghanistan spurned numerous chances throughout the game with Bhutan and will need to be more ruthless in front of goal if they are to go far in the SAFF Championship and coach Yousef Kargar will have his players working on their shooting despite finishing the opening game with 3 goals.
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Afghanistan last played Sri Lanka in the AFC Challenge Cup, winning the game 1-0 while the last SAFF Championship meeting between these sides ended 3-1 in Afghanistan's favour suggesting Sri Lanka have it all to do on Wednesday.
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