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India to open against Japan

NEW DELHI: India will play Japan in the first match of the preliminary league in the 21st FIBA Asia men's under-18 basketball championship in Sana, Yemen, on Wednesday.

It will face Yemen and Iraq on the next two days in that order. The top three teams in each of the four groups will qualify for the second stage to be played from September 25 to 29. The knock-out will follow.

India had qualified from the Middle Asia Zone in a tournament staged in Bangalore in August.

The team: Rakesh Kumar Yadav, Shadab Khan, Bobby Singh, Rajan Sharma, Arjun Singh, Amjyot Singh, Sunny Raut, Jaskaran Singh Gill, Anant Singh, Dishant Vipul Shah, Ajay Pratap Singh, Berdinent Carmel Joseph Charles Patrick.

Head coach: Ram Kumar Gahlawat; Coach: Senthilselvan Vetriselvan; Physiotherapist: Nilesh Bharat Shah; Referees: Rajan Vellingirinathan; Sharad Vasant Bansode .

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