Football: A look at how the National Stadium's pitch is prepared for the Suzuki Cup

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The National Stadium is set to come alive after almost two years of pandemic-related disruptions. Preparing the National Stadium’s all-natural grass pitch for the tournament is a process that began months ago.
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SINGAPORE - The National Stadium is set to come alive after almost two years of pandemic-related disruptions as the Republic hosts the Dec 5-Jan 1 Suzuki Cup.

The pitch of the National Stadium will be graced by Asean's top footballers from Sunday, when Timor-Leste play Thailand and hosts Singapore take on Myanmar.

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