India junior men’s hockey group Peppy for 4 Countries Competition in Germany

The Indian group will go into the opposition after the finishing of the public camp at SAI in Bengaluru, which was held among June and August.

The Indian junior men’s hockey group will start their mission at the 4 Countries Competition – Dusseldorf 2023 against Spain on Friday (August 18). India will face the hosts Germany on August 19, and Britain on August 21 with the last set to occur on August 22. The competition will be essential for the arrangements for the impending FIH Hockey Men’s Lesser World Cup 2023, booked to be played in Malaysia from December 5 to December 16.

The Indian group will go into the opposition after the finish of the public camp at SAI Center in Bengaluru, which was held among June and August.

Before the camp, the lesser players had procured capability for the Men’s Lesser World Cup subsequent to winning the Asia Cup 2023 prize in Oman, overcoming Pakistan 2-1 in an exhilarating Last. With the noteworthy triumph, India likewise set another standard for the most titles (4) succeeded at the Men’s Lesser Asia Cup.

Vishnukant Singh will be driving the youthful Indian side without Uttam Singh, who can’t make a trip because of a physical issue he supported during the instructional course.

“The tournament is a good opportunity for us to continue our growth and to gain experience of competing against some of the best teams in Europe, ahead of the all-important FIH Hockey Men’s Junior World Cup 2023. We have strong and experienced players in our squad and we will hope to continue to perform in the same vein we have done in recent tournaments. It will be important for us to get favourable results to gain confidence,” said Vishnukant.

The last time, the lesser groups of India and Spain made right quite a while back in Madrid, it was the Spaniards who arose on top with a 3-1 win. India, notwithstanding, have a solid straight on record against Spain at the lesser level. Beginning around 2016, Spain and India have confronted each other multiple times in which India have won threefold, while Spain have won once.

Their record against Germany is comparative. Despite the fact that India lost their last experience against Germany at the FIH Odisha Hockey Men’s Lesser World Cup at Bhubaneswar in 2021, starting around 2013, India have faced Germany on four events, and have won threefold.

“Spain, Germany and England are all strong teams and we have closely followed their past few games. But our primary focus will remain on implementing our plans and playing according to our strengths. We have worked on certain areas at the camp where we needed to improve upon, and we will stick to our strategies to get positive results on the tour,” said India’s junior team coach CR Kumar said