While the Indian men’s group is booked to play has Belgium followed by games against the Netherlands, the ladies will play Belgium, Argentina and the United States.
Satisfactory game time against quality resistance, working on their strategic nous will be high on Indian people’s hockey groups’ plan as they continue their particular FIH Pro League crusades against Belgium on Saturday as pre-cursor to Commonwealth Games.
While the Indian men’s group is booked to play has Belgium (June 11 and June 12), trailed by games against the Netherlands (June 18 and June 19 in Rotterdam), the ladies will play Belgium (June 11 and June 12), Argentina (June 18 and June 19) and the United States (June 21 and June 22).
For the Indian ladies, these matches hold more noteworthy importance in front of the FIH Women’s World Cup to be mutually facilitated by Spain and the Netherlands from July 1 to 17.
The Indian men are as of now positioned second in the association standings with 27 focuses from 12 games, a bar above Belgium, who have similar number of focuses yet are put underneath on objective contrast.
In this way, there is practically nothing to isolate between the India and Belgium. For India, the consecutive coordinates would furnish them with a chance to recover their best position in the association, which has been removed by the Netherlands with 28 focuses from 10 games.