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HIGHLIGHTS: Philippines vs Thailand - FIBA Asia Cup Qualifiers 2021

Gilas Pilipinas' youth movement will be put to test against Thailand in the first of their two meetings in the second window of the FIBA Asia Cup 2021 Qualifiers on Friday, November 27.

The likes of Kobe Paras and Juan Gomez de Liaño are expected to lead the way for the Philippines, which heads into the second window with a 1-0 record in Group A. (READ: Paras, De Liaños in for Gilas Pilipinas in first clash vs Thailand)

Also to be banked on by the young Gilas Pilipinas crew are Dwight Ramos, Isaac Go, and Matt Nieto, who all saw action in a 30-point drubbing of Indonesia in the first window.

On the other hand, Thailand will be fielding an all-professional squad led by big man Chanatip Jakrawan, who earned MVP honors in the Thailand Basketball League. (READ: Is Gilas in for a tough time against Thailand?)

Thailand, which holds a 0-1 slate after losing to South Korea in its lone game in the first window, eyes its first win.

– Rappler.com