South Asian Games 2019 Day 4 Schedule: List of Indian Men’s and Women’s Matches to Be Played on December 4
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South Asian Games 2019 has got off to a blistering start and all the teams are leaving no stones unturned to increase their medal tally. Talking about India, the day 4 will see India’s badminton and Kabaddi stars in action who will have the onus to add some more gold medals to India’s cabinet. In total, the nation have 15 gold, 16 silver and nine bronze medals and are currently at the second position in the medals tally. Hosts Nepal are placed at the pinnacle of the standings with 44 medals. Meanwhile, you can scroll to check out India’s full schedule of Day 4 in the multi-sport tournament. South Asian Games 2019 Medal Tally: Full Medal Table.

Speaking of India’s performance on Day 3, the men’s volleyball team thrashed arch-rivals Pakistan in the finals to win gold. Other than that, Indian stars also shined in taekwondo, wushu, athletics and shooting. In the fourth day, Indian badminton players will lock horns in Quarterfinals of the Individual and Doubles events for both the men and women. Indian men’s and women’s side triumphed the badminton event in the last edition of the multi-sports in 2016. So, they will step into the clash as defending champions. Let’s look at India’s Day 4 schedule in South Asian Games 2019. South Asian Games 2019 Live Streaming & Schedule in IST.

Badminton:

Men's Singles- Quarterfinals

Women's Singles- Quarterfinals

Men's Doubles- Quarterfinals

Women's Doubles- Quarterfinals

Mixed Doubles- Quarterfinals

Men's Team - Sourabh Verma, Siril Verma, Lakshya Sen and Siddharth Pratap Singh

Women's Team - Rao Chukka, Meghana Jakkampudi, Sai Uttejitha, Anoushka Parikh, Shriyanshi Pradeshi Kuhoo Garg, Aakarshi Kashyap and Gayathri Pullela Gopichand

Kabaddi:

India Women vs Sri Lanka Women

The 2019 edition of the South Asian Games went underway on December 1 and will end on 10th of December. The tournament is being played at Kathmandu and Pokhara city of Nepal in which seven teams are participating in 28 disciplines. India have won most medals (1100) in the tournament history and will seek to continue their dominance in the ongoing event as well.