Kathmandu (Nepal), September 02 (ANI): Indian and Nepalese football teams are set to face each other for a friendly match scheduled for Thursday and Sunday in Kathmandu, the head coaches of both nations announced. The Indian men's senior national team arrived in Nepal on August 30, to play back-to-back international friendlies against Nepal on September 2 and 5. The 25-member Indian contingent flew out from New Delhi where they had assembled overnight after the completion of the preparatory camp in Kolkata which had kicked off on August 15. The last time the Indian senior team visited Nepal was in 2015, wherein their away match in the play-offs for the 2018 World Cup qualifiers ended goalless, thus enabling them to qualify for the qualifiers by virtue of their 2-0 victory in the first leg. The Blue Tigers had their first practice session in Kathmandu on Tuesday. The Nepali team which had been in practice for months also has announced that they have prepared well for the match scheduled for Thursday and Sunday and would help in preparing for the upcoming SAFF Games.
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