The Goal team takes a look at the three players from each team who will shape the crucial semi-final match
Joint-top scorer at the tournament with three goals so far he has been the breakout star for the team along with Courts Young Lions team-mate Afiq Yunos. He will definitely be looking to increase his tally as the tournament goes on.
The central defender has been a colossus for the Young Lions at the back, leading the line in exemplary fashion and guiding new defensive partner Afiq Yunos as well. He is also a threat in set piece situations.
The Singapore captain pulls the strings in the middle of the park and makes the team tick. He can push forward to a more advanced role if the team is searching for a goal. He has already has scored one goal in the tournament with a half-volley from outside the penalty box against Brunei.
Dubbed 'Messi Jay' for a reason. A skillful and pacey attacker, fresh from a trial in the J-League, he can cause trouble for any defensive line.
Part of the World Youth Championship side with Switzerland, the talented midfielder provides stability to the Thai team in midfield.
The Thai captain was brought down a level from the senior team although he has already established himself with national team. A modern full back who is more than capable of holding his own.