* AFF Cup: Vietnam optimistic before the key match with Malaysia
According to FOX Sports Asia, Myanmar fans are gathered for ticket counters to buy a place in the booth to see their players playing Vietnam at home next Group A on Tuesday. The demand for tickets for this game is increasing dramatically, although Myanmar prepares for its second game against Laos hunting tonight.
On Monday, the national swarm of Myanmar began its 2018 AFF Cup campaign perfectly with a humiliating 4-1 victory over Cambodia at the Mandala Thiri Stadium in Mandalay, with the support of more than 27,000 home fans. If they beat Laos tonight, the chance to win the group stage is highly possible for coach Antoine Hey. Therefore, its third encounter against Vietnam next week will play a key role in the travel of the hosts forwards.
Tickets are sold in several installments, but during the first sale on November 15, many followers from Myanmar left for the first tickets to see the key match between their local team and Vietnam next Tuesday.
Against the fever of the ticket for its next second-round match on November 20, the Myanmar Football Federation was forced to open tickets in advance. Thus, the sale of the party tickets began yesterday in Yangon. During the first sale, many Myanmar fans tail in long lines to see the meetings between the players of Myanmar and Vietnam.
According to the local media, tickets will be available at the Hledan Center on November 15 and 16 at the Thuwunna, Padonmar and Aung San Stadiums on November 17 and 18 and in the Thuwunna stadium on November 19.
Ticket prices are also quite affordable, ranging from 3,000-5,000 kilometers.
Tickets are also quite accessible, ranging from 3,000 Kyats (over VND43,000) to the normal stand and 5,000 Kyats (over VND72,000) for the rostrum. Each admirer with a personal identification card or driving license may acquire a maximum of two tickets.
Myanmar will start its second round against Laos at the new National Stadium in Laos at 7:30 a.m. At the same time, Vietnam will also play its key game at the My Dinh National Stadium in Hanoi against visiting Malaysia.