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Nepali football will confront litmus test when both men and ladies groups face India in the last of the twelfth South Asian Games on Monday.The Nepali groups achieved last in differentiating design. The ladies' group stayed unbeaten in the five-group round-robin association to complete first in front of India, while the men's group completed runners-up in gathering stage and verging on misused a 2-0 first-half lead before Nawayug Shrestha scored two objectives in three minutes in Sunday's semi-last triumph over Maldives in additional time. The ladies' group is playing fifth last in six years, while the men's group is in last following 17 years. Shakya said he would run with full quality against India regardless of having some harm worries to striker Bimal Gharti Magar, midfielder Anjan Bista and goalkeeper Bikesh Kuthu. "Specialists have given green light and we don't have decision to play." Shakya said of Kamal Shrestha, who was removed in the semi-last match, would be missed in resistance. "We moved Anjan Bista in the barrier after Shrestha got red card and the midfielder did full equity to the new part. We additionally have Man Bahadur Tamang and Dinesh Rajbhandari in the squad, yet we will miss the administrations of Shrestha at the back," said Shakya. Shakya said India were dependably an intense group in the South Asian locale. "They are dependably the group to beat in our area and they will likewise have advantage," said Shakya. "We will need to prevent them from scoring on the off chance that we are to win the match. The group is anticipating beat India on their home soil and win gold decoration," he added.Skipper Biraj Maharjan said the group did a marvel in the semi-last and the players were profoundly energetic after the win over Maldives. "The group set up a considerable measure of hard labors for 120 minutes in the semi-finals. Really that was a supernatural occurrence and that match has raised our certain level for the last," he added.The ladies' group likewise looked sure on the eve of definite match. Head mentor Dhruba Bahadur KC said the home group would be under weight. "We won't be under weight as they are the ones who have been winning all the last till today," said KC. "We will go full scale against India and the players are sure. We simply need to keep up the soul of past matches," he included.