English Premier League club Arsenal will play a pre-season friendly against the Indonesia national team in Jakarta despite Fifa's continued threat to ban the country.
Arsenal's England midfielder Jack Wilshere, left, and manager Arsene Wenger are heading to Indonesia in July. (AFP photo)
The match would take place on July 14 at the Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, Arsenal said on Tuesday, with the club also planning further fixtures in Asia as they continue their commercial push in the Premier League-obsessed region.
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