On Sunday, the guidelines regarding tickets for the December 8 home leg of the AFF Suzuki Cup Semifinal between the Philippines and Singapore at the Rizal Memorial Stadium were released.
Their fate is in their hands.
The quest for the long-overdue home game for the Filipinos lies with the Philippine Senior Men's National team tonight against Myanmar at Supachalasai Stadium. Kick-off is pegged at 8:20 PM local time (9:20 PM in Manila), which will be simulcast on AkTV and ESPN.
It has been an interesting AFF Suzuki Cup so far, with virtually interesting and fascinating matches that have resulted in exciting results with one matchday remaining, November 30 in Thailand and December 1 in Malaysia.
Here's a look at what each of the eight nations can do if they have dreams of hosting a home game one week later...
As what Ascot United defender Rob Gier tweeted in the aftermath of the Philippines' 2-1 defeat to Thailand in the AFF Suzuki Cup Group Stage match, "We tend to produce our best performance when our backs are to the wall."
That is what the Azkals are up against in their fixture with Vietnam this afternoon in Rajamangala Stadium in Bangkok.
The long wait is about to end, as the 2012 edition of AFF Suzuki Cup kicks off with a doubleheader at the Rajamangala Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand.
In a statement released by the Philippine Football Federation on Tuesday night, members of the Philippine Senior Men's National Football Team, as well as the coaching staff, left the country for Bangkok, Thailand earlier that morning for preparations for the AFF Suzuki Cup that begins on Saturday.
The ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) announced on Wednesday afternoon that they have selected Singapore and Vietnam as the Group Stage hosts for the 2014 edition of the ASEAN Football Championship, or more commonly known as the Suzuki Cup.
Both countries have had previous experience as co-hosts, with Singapore last hosting it in 2007, while Vietnam last did it in 2010.
The Causeway Rivals book their seats in the semifinals of the AFF Suzuki Cup in contrasting fashion on Saturday night.
The Philippines National Men's Football Team Azkals reenters the ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) Suzuki Cup semifinals as they defeated Myanmar White Angels, 2-nil, at the Supachalasai Stadium, Bangkok Thailand.
Phil Younghusband and Angel Guirado lifted the Philippines chances to enter the semifinals and giving the squad the first time in recent history their win against Myanmar.