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Asian Games: Eain Yow-led Malaysia to take on India in semis.

By Aftar Singh 16 minutes ago
KUALA LUMPUR: The Ng Eain Yow-led Malaysia edged South Korea 2-1 to top Group B of the men's team squash event at the Asian Games in Hangzhou on Thursday.
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