LIVE STREAM: Philippines vs Indonesia women's volleyball Asian Games 2018

MANILA, Philippines – After the historic win against Hong Kong, the Philippines is set to clash with regional rival and host country Indonesia in the preliminary round of the women’s volleyball at the 18th Asian Games on Saturday, August 25, 2018 at the GBK Indoor Tennis Hall in Jakarta. Check out livestream video here.

Philippine volleybelles in the 2018 Asian Games.
Philippine volleybelles in the 2018 Asian Games. #LABANPILIPINAS. Photo Credit: ABS-CBN News

The Nationals, aiming for quarterfinal berth in the 2018 Asiad, are all out for a revenge against Indonesians, who defeated the squad three years ago in the Singapore SEA Games.

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With the sweet and historic victory over Hong Kong on Thursday, 25-18, 25-21, 25-22, that ended a win drought in 36 years, the Philippine national women’s volleyball team are oozing with confidence to claim third spot in Pool A, with Thailand and Japan on top seats.

“If we’re going to display the same kind of grit and power we showed last Thursday, winning over Indonesia is very possible," Coach Shaq Delos Santos told ABS-CBN News.

A win by Filipinos in this game would mean they will face either South Korea or Kazakhstan in the next round. Otherwise, they will battle with the powerhouse and world top-ranked China.

The Philippine squad must stop Indonesia's spiker Aprilia Manganang, who made 28 total points in their good outing against Hong Kong.

Delos Santos said the one set loss of Indonesia to Hong Kong is a sign that they are beatable.

Game time at 8:00 pm.

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The country's delegation is bannered by mainstays Aby Maraño, the team captain; ace spikers Alyssa Valdez and Jaja Santiago and UAAP Season 80 Finals MVP Dawn Macandili.

Completing the lineup are Kim Fajardo, Cha Cruz, Kim Dy and Majoy Baron of F2 Logistics, Creamline’s Jia Morado, Ces Molina and Mika Reyes of Petron, Denden Lazaro of Cocolife, and Foton’s Dindin Manabat and Maika Ortiz.

— The Summit Express

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