Live Streaming of India’s FIFA World Cup Qualifiers against Kuwait will be available on Sony LIV while no live telecast details have been confirmed yet.
India vs Kuwait Live Streaming will be Sony LIV. The Indian football team will begin their quest in FIFA World Cup qualifiers as they take on Kuwait. The second round of the qualification will be at the Jaber Al-Ahmad International Stadium in Kuwait City on Thursday. The match will kick off at 10 PM IST while no live telecast details have been provided.
India are in Group A with Asian champions Qatar, Kuwait, and Afghanistan. Only the top two teams from each group advance to the third round of FIFA World Cup Qualifiers. The top two teams in each group will also qualify for the AFC Asian Cup in 2027.
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The Blue Tigers have never made it past the second round of the AFC’s FIFA World Cup qualifiers. However, a new structure, combined with their excellent form in 2023, provides Igor Stimac’s team a chance to make history. However, considering the close competitiveness in Group A, a strong start to the campaign will be critical.
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Recent failures have tainted India’s stellar performance in 2023. Stimac’s team, on the other hand, has won seven of their 14 games this season. They’ve even won three trophies as a result of their efforts.
The Blue Tigers have gone winless in their last five games, although in two of those three draws, they won the penalty shootout. India was unfortunate to lose to Malaysia in their previous match. However, their form guide does not reflect the calibre of football they have played this season. As a result, they are capable of generating difficulties in Kuwait.
Kuwait’s football team has recently demonstrated perseverance and great performance. They won nine of the fifteen matches they played this year, drew three, and lost three. It is worth mentioning that two of these defeats came in their past three games. Kuwait had two wins and two losses since their penalty shootout loss against India in the SAFF Championship final.
The Blue Tigers are the higher-ranked team in this match, but Kuwait has shown that they can compete with India. It came after the two teams had drawn twice in the campaign. Sunil Chhetri and his team won the final on penalties over Kuwait. They will confront a different type of challenge, however, with Kuwait enjoying an advantage at home.