Tuesday, November 21 is a big day for Indian football as the mighty Asian champions Qatar come to town. The Kalinga Stadium has sold out and India is brimming with confidence, eager to pull off one of the big upsets. In badminton, the China Masters Super 750 begins today, where Satwiksaraj Rankiredy and Chirag Shetty will open their campaign against England’s Ben Lane and Sean Wendy. Aakarshi Kashyap and HS Prannoi will also be in action on Tuesday. Meanwhile, in archery, the season-ending ISSF World Cup finals begin in Doha. The top 15 shooters in each discipline qualify for the event and India has a strong contingent of 12 shooters. Yesterday, Arsene Wenger landed in India and called Indian football a goldmine to be explored. Football fans were excited to hear this news as Wenger is known for his expertise in the sport. Additionally, Manvir Singh, who scored the goal that won India’s first group game against Kuwait, missed training ahead of the Qatar Games due to an injury.