The Indian men’s football team is set to face Qatar, Kuwait, and the winner of the match between Afghanistan and Mongolia in the second round of World Cup qualifiers. With the Kalinga Stadium sold out and India feeling confident, can they pull off one of the great upsets? In badminton, the China Masters Super 750 begins today with Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty opening their campaign against England’s Ben Lane and Sean Vendy. Aakarshi Kashyap and HS Prannoy will also be in action on Tuesday. The season-ending ISSF World Cup Finals get underway in Doha, with India sending a 12-shooter strong contingent to compete in shooting. Yesterday saw Arsene Wenger calling Indian football a goldmine that needs to be explored while Manvir Singh missed training ahead of the Qatar game.