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Where to watch the SEA Games football final

PETALING JAYA: The winner of the "Mother of all gold medals" will be decided when Malaysia takes on Thailand in the men's football final at the Shah Alam Stadium Tuesday night.
Besides the live telecast of the match on major terrestrial and satellite networks, there are a few locations around the country that are holding public viewing parties where fans can gather and cheer for the Malaysian Tigers.
In IPOH, the City Council will set up a giant screen at the Ipoh Padang.
In a press statement Tuesday, a council spokesman said the match would be aired live at about 8pm.
"We are inviting the people to join us to watch the game together.
"We hope the support from Ipoh can spur the team on to do well and win the gold medal," the spokesman said.
In KUALA LUMPUR, the KL City Hall has installed a big screen at the open space of its enforcement department office off Jalan Tun Razak to show the match.
In PENANG, a big screen will be placed outside Restoran Wajibali in Jalan Bagan Luar, Butterworth.
Malaysian Indian Football Association deputy president J. Dhinagaran, who is also MIC central working committee member, said fans will also be treated to free roti canai and teh tarik.
In MELAKA, the Hard Rock Café will be opening its doors to the public to view the match on its big screen.
"It's a very significant day for us with the football final taking place in a Merdeka eve mood," said outlet manager Anderson K. Selva.
TGV is also offering free screenings of the match at certain cineplexes in Penang, Petaling Jaya, Kuala Lumpur, Seremban, Johor Baru and Ipoh.
Mydin is also having screening parties at all its malls around the country except for those in Pulau Sebang, Bukit Mertajam and east Malaysia.
For the Internet-savvy crowd, the game will be streamed live on the KL2017 official YouTube channel.
Stadium Astro and Tonton have also launched dedicated online channels where the games will be streamed live.
Sports fans can also download the HyppTV Everywhere app by TM on Android and iOS, which requires registration, and Astro's Astro Go and NJOI Now apps, which provide four channels and do not require registration nor an Astro subscription.
You can also follow the Games' latest updates via the KL2017 official Facebook and Twitter pages.
Malaysia won all their Group A matches against Brunei (2-1), Singapore (2-1), Myanmar (3-1) and Laos (3-1) while Thailand also did well in Group B, with three wins and a draw.
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