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Korea Republic won its third East Asia Cup title after China's hopes were ended with a 1-1 draw against Japan.
A 0-0 draw with Korea DPR meant Korea Republic passed up the chance to secure the East Asian Cup trophy.
China plays Japan in the final match of the East Asian Cup, with everything still on the line as they bid to claim a third title.
Host China revitalised its hopes of winning the East Asian Cup as goals in either half from Yu Dabao and Wang Yongpo secured a 2-0 victory over Korea DPR.
Hotaru Yamaguchi's first goal for Japan ensured Korea Republic had to settle for a 1-1 draw in Wednesday's East Asian Cup clash at the Wuhan Sports Center Stadium.
Vahid Halilhodzic has demanded a reaction from Japan against Korea Republic, having seen his side succumb to an opening-day defeat in the East Asian Cup.
Goals from Kim Dae-seung and Lee Jong-ho earned Korea Republic a comfortable 2-0 victory over China in the East Asian Cup.

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Korea DPR opened its East Asia Cup campaign with a surprise 2-1 win over Japan in Wuhan, despite being behind at the break.
Korea Republic coach Uli Stielike is looking to unearth some new genuine options for future international tournaments at the 2015 East Asian Cup.
Japan coach Vahid Halilhodzic plans to use the East Asian Cup to test a number of untried players when it takes on Korea DPR on Sunday.

Duke steps up for Socceroos

Australia coach Holger Osieck may not be happy about Josh Kennedy missing the East Asian Cup but for Mitchell Duke the striker's absence represents a huge...

Japan names East Asian Cup squad

Jubilo Iwata defender Yuichi Komano will lead the all-domestic Japanese team at the East Asian Cup later this month in South Korea, national coach Alberto...

Mooy stars as Socceroos slump

Aaron Mooy stamped himself as a possible FIFA 2014 World Cup bolter as Australia's East Asian Cup campaign ended with a 4-3 loss to China on Sunday night.
Australia coach Holger Osieck has defended the Socceroos' poor performance after they were fortunate to escape with a 0-0 draw against Korea Republic on Saturday.

Osieck to hand out more debuts

Holger Osieck has confirmed he is set to hand out several more senior debuts when Australia plays China at the East Asian Cup in Seoul on Sunday.

Defensive lapses a worry for Japan

Japan head coach Alberto Zaccheroni will be concerned about his team’s defensive frailty ahead of its East Asian Cup clash against Australia.

China hits back to hold Japan

Japan gave up a two-goal lead to draw 3-3 with China in the second match of the East Asian Cup at Seoul Olympic Stadium.

Japan seeks early scalp

Japan enter the East Asian Cup as favourites and will be looking to start the tournament with a win over China on Sunday.
Australia attacker Archie Thompson could become the nation's all-time top scorer when his team faces Korea Republic on Saturday.
Political banners and a military flag displayed at a match between Korea Republic and Japan have dragged top government officials from both countries into a...

Osieck wants Neill to find a home

Australia coach Holger Osieck has warned no-one's spot in the squad is secured for the 2014 FIFA World Cup - not even skipper Lucas Neill's - and says the door is...

Schwarzer facing battle for place

Australia coach Holger Osieck has declared the race is on for Mark Schwarzer's No.1 goalkeeping spot for the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
Australia's lacklustre performance against Korea Republic has Socceroos coach Holger Osieck asking one question: are they ready for Japan?

Korea DPR beats bitter rival

Korea DPR edged out Korea Republic 2-1 in a Korean showdown at the Women's East Asian Cup in Seoul.
The fringe players of Japan, Korea Republic and Australia will be given an opportunity to push for selection in next year's FIFA World Cup.

Kennedy barred from Socceroos

Australia will go into the East Asian Cup without Josh Kennedy after the striker's Japanese club Nagoya Grampus refused to release him.

Osieck: East Asian Cup was valuable

Australia may have finished at the bottom of the table but Socceroos coach Holger Osieck has declared his East Asian Cup fact-finding mission accomplished.

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