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CHETRI Bharat Kumar, CHIRAKA Bharat, HALAPPA Arjun, KHANDKAR Tushar, MAHADIK Dhananjay, MUJTABA Danish, PAL Ravi, PILLAY Vikram Vishnu, SINGH Dharamvir, SINGH Gurbaj, SINGH Raj Pal, SINGH Sandeep, SINGH Saravanjit, SINGH Sardar, SINGH Shivendra, TIRKEY Prabodh
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ABBOTT Des, BURGERS Nathan, CARROLL Joel, CIRIELLO Chris, DE YOUNG Liam, DOERNER Luke, DWYER Jamie, HAMMOND Rob, KAVANAGH Fergus, KNOWLES Mark, MITTON Trent, OCKENDEN Eddie, ORCHARD Simon, SWANN Matthew, TURNER Glenn, WILSON Jason
The hockey final at the ongoing Commonwealth Games on Thursday is keenly awaited by the sports lovers, and the venue of the match- Major Dhyan Chand stadium is expected to be full house. The thrilling matches against Pakistan and England where Indian team emerged victorious has instigated a lot of interest and faith in the team.
The final match between India and Australia will witness a lot of dignitaries and VVIPs, and in all likelihood Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has decided to be in the stadium during the match. According to an official report, PM will watch the match from the stadium and will be accompanied by his wife Gursharan Kaur and other members of his family.
Several former Olympian hockey players and officials of Indian sports associations are expected to be present. Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi, known for his surprise visits to the Games venues, could also be among the visitors.
On Sunday, United Progressive Alliance (UPA) chairperson Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi watched the last Pool ‘A’ match between India and Pakistan.
Rahul Gandhi, himself a shooter and a boxer, also watched boxing and wrestling competitions during the Games.
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An official said that the prime minister, who attended the Games inaugural ceremony on Oct 3, and Sonia Gandhi are also scheduled to watch the sporting events’ closing ceremony Thursday evening.
Around 6,700 athletes and officials from 71 countries and territories have been participating in the Games, the biggest sports event organised by India since the 1982 Asian Games.