XVIII ASIAN GAMES 2018 : Team Event - R/16 to Final (19-22 August)

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  1. CLELY

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    Istora GBK Senayan, Jakarta-INA


    First appearance : IV Asian Games (1962 Jakarta)

    Player's List : https://en.asiangames2018.id/athletes/sport/bd/page/1/

    Participating Nations
    *Women's Team
    1) Japan
    2) China
    3) Thailand
    4) Korea
    5) Indonesia
    6) Chinese Taipei
    7) India
    8) Hong Kong China
    9) Maldives
    10) Pakistan
    11) Nepal

    *Men's Team
    1) China
    2) Indonesia
    3) Japan
    4) Chinese Taipei
    5) Malaysia
    6) India
    7) Korea
    8) Thailand
    9) Hong Kong China
    10) Nepal
    11) Maldives
    12) Pakistan
    13) Mongolia

    Jakarta Time : https://www.worldtimezone.com/time/wtzresult.php?CiID=4010&forma=Find Time

    2014 Incheon Asian Games Team Event Medalists :
    Women's Team
    Gold - China
    Silver - Korea
    Bronze - Japan & India

    Men's Team
    Gold – Korea
    Silver – China
    Bronze – Chinese Taipei & Malaysia

    Team Event Drawing Mechanism & Seeding : https://www.badmintonasia.org/tourn...ent-calendars/asian-games-xviii/download/4565

    DRAW : https://www.badmintonasia.org/tourn...ent-calendars/asian-games-xviii/download/4574
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    *SCHEDULE & RESULT
    : https://en.asiangames2018.id/schedule-results/sport/badminton/
    19 August : Round of 16 (starting time 09.00am)
    20 August : Women's Team Quarterfinal (09.00am) ; Men's Team Quarterfinal (02.00pm)
    21 August : Women's Team SEMIFINAL (12.00pm) ; Men's Team SEMIFINAL (06.00pm)
    22 August : Women's Team FINAL (12.00pm) ; Men's Team FINAL (06.00pm)

    Badminton in Asian Games will present world class showcase as most of world’s best are Asian shuttlers who will eye seven gold medals in ten days competition, 19 to 28 August that taking place at the legendary venue Istora Senayan Jakarta.

    Team event will kick-off on Sunday where the top contenders of both events aren’t much different with Thomas-Uber Cup last May since badminton is still concentrated and popular in Asia. Top-four seedings get last sixteen bye and automatically through to quarterfinal.

    WOMEN’S TEAM
    Host Indonesia and Japan pocketed women’s team gold medal in first three edition Asian Games then China emerged as new badminton powerhouse to top podium ten times since 1974 Tehran Games. South Korea broke China unstoppable run for brief time in XIII Asiad at Hiroshima 1994. Uber Cup failure certainly boost defending champion China to redeem their shocking semifinal outing in Bangkok and rectify uninspiring feat to extend glory in Jakarta but strongest contender Japan is on high confidence to regain third gold medal in Asian Games arena since their last successful in 1970 Bangkok Games. Uber Cup runner-up Thailand, silver medalist in last two editions Korea and Indonesia will defy the odds to twist the plot and reject CHN-JPN final showdown.

    MEN’S TEAM
    China who lifted the prestigious men’s team supremacy last May will be the favourite to reclaim gold medal. The closest rivals will coming from Japan and host Indonesia, both teams have possible chance to spoil the party. Darkhorses India and Chinese Taipei could balance those frontrunners and may spring the surprise while Malaysia who bagged bronze medal at Incheon 2014 will rely on Liew Daren to spearhead his team in the missing of Lee Chong Wei duty due to respiratory illness. Title-holder South Korea who knocked out top-seed China sensationally, 3-2 in quite controversial final match four years ago have an uphill task to repeat their victory in Istora Senayan considering weak line-up in the crisis to groom new talents. Badminton giants China and Indonesia are the most successful nation to capture Asian Games men’s team gold medal five times each followed by South Korea who incidentally grabbed gold three times at home soil (1986, 2002, 2014). Thailand stole the limelight in 1966 edition in their homeground.

    DAY-1 (Sunday, 19th August) Match Highlights
    *Men's Team Round of 16 : https://en.asiangames2018.id/sport/badminton/event/badminton-men-team/
    - MAS v JPN (09.00am) : https://en.asiangames2018.id/sport/badminton/event/badminton-men-team/match/bdm400406/
    A tricky opening opponent for more-favoured team Japan, newly-crowned World Champion Kento Momota will face the resurgent Liew Daren, rematch of world meet semifinal in Nanjing couple of weeks ago. Fully fit Daren will try his luck to challenge the confident man Momota. Malaysia will banking on their doubles department to upset Japan higher-ranked pair also second singles Lee Zii Jia against Kenta Nishimoto.

    - KOR v THA (02.00pm) : https://en.asiangames2018.id/sport/badminton/event/badminton-men-team/match/bdm400405/
    It seems bleak outlook for Korea men's team squad as they practically rely on young and inexperienced names leaving Son Wan Ho is the only player left from Incheon winning team four years ago. No impossible prospect for rising team Thailand to defeat title-holder tomorrow but the average and unheralded team Korea aren't pushover, they often trouble any teams in many occasions.

    *Women's Team R/16 : https://en.asiangames2018.id/sport/badminton/event/badminton-women-team/
    - HKG v INA (02.00pm) : https://en.asiangames2018.id/sport/badminton/event/badminton-women-team/match/bdw400404/
    An important test for home team to progress, Hong Kong has pretty good line-up in singles department, Cheung Ngan Yi-Yip Pui Yin will take on Gregoria Mariska-Fitriani while Indonesia has advantage to scoop two points through reliable doubles pairs.
     
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    Any live streaming for the Asian Games matches?
     
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    Live streaming is based on what was purchased in your region.
    For example in India Live streaming is provided by Sony Liv and TV Sony Six.
     
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    Japan's national head coach Park Joo Bong declared that he is aiming for at least two gold medals at the Asian Games. Considering that there is both a team and individual event, he may be veering on the conservative side.
     
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    Well, I don't think Australia cares much about Asian Games nor badminton in particular.
     
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    According to Badpal, Japan will field the following players in the men's team match against Malaysia (August 19, 9:00~ local time). Sakai, who is unable to participate due to injury, has been replaced in the MS category by Takeshita Riichi. It is difficult to imagine Takeshita featuring in any of the matches though, so, barring injury, it will be Momota all the way:

    1. MS1 Momota
    2. MD1 Sonoda/Kamura
    3. MS2 Nishimoto
    4. MD2 Kaneko/Inoue
    5. MS3 Tsuneyama
     
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    You should be able to watch from an INA stream. One of these INA networks, should have live streaming.
    - NET - TVRI - Indosiar - SCTV - Metro TV - TV One
     
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    Just realised Malaysia is not represented in the Women's dept.
    I wonder why, even though there is a slim chance for a top 3 finish

    OK maybe a top 5?
     
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    Live Streaming Asian Games 2018 : https://www.vidio.com/@asiangames/live
     
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    What abt 'badvidliv' on youtube?
     
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    Yes, they might. Once it starts you should get multiple options.
     
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    Vidio.com provide 13 stream channels for Asian Games but maybe it's restricted for Indonesia only.

    Just FYI: Timetable schedule:
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    Indosiar is the only broadcaster for Badminton matches.

    And yes, the others have their shared license from Emtek group but they didn't broadcast badminton matches.



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    Confirmed!

    First session (09:00 local time) Order of play:
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    PDF version: https://badmintonasia.org/tournaments/badminton-asia-event-calendars/asian-games-xviii/download/4580
     
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    If MAS Men's team can edge out JPN, it'll make headlines in all the sports news.

    I should expect Momota to set the tone for JPN with an opening point, and then let's see how MAS play catch-up and, if possible, come to the tiebreaking 5th match. That'll be such a treat to kick off the tournament.

    To come to that, I strongly feel Goh V Shem/Tan Wee Kiong will have to rise to the occasion. So too the rest, esp Lee Zijia and Ong Yew Sin/Teo Ee Yi, if Goh/Tan flop.
     
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    The Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) have stood firm on its decision to place the women’s badminton team under Category B for the Indonesian Asian Games in August.

    And with that decision, the women shuttlers will not take part in the Asian Games team event for the first time in 20 years – since the 1998 edition.

    The Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) president Datuk Seri Norza Zakaria had stated that they would not be sending the full team unless all 10 players made it under Category A.

    Only Lee Meng Yean-Chow Mei Kuan (women’s doubles), Shevon Lai Jemie and Goh Liu Ying (both mixed doubles) made the cut under Category A – and they will only feature in individual events.

    Athletes under Category A are fully funded by the government while the expenses of B category athletes are borne by the national sports associations.

    Asian Games chef de mission Datuk Seri Abdul Azim Mohd Zabidi said BAM’s appeal to consider the women’s team was rejected because they did not meet the selection criteria of being ranked as the top four teams in Asia.

    Source: https://www.thestar.com.my/sport/ba...-a-so-its-no-go-for-badminton-squad-to-asiad/
     
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    Not a good day for Daren Liew. KM with his trademarked expressions
     
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    Anybody found live scoring? Tournamentsoftware doesn't even have lineups and no updates for 3 days. The official website shows the match score as Malaysia 0, Japan 1 but doesn't even show the line-up.
     
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    MAS v JPN, 0-2
    Kento Momota def. Liew Daren, 21-13 / 21-14.
     
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