While playing the World No.9 Koreans at their home ground will be a challenging affair for the Indians, it will serve as ideal preparation for Sunday's final where they will meet the hosts.
"Korea is a good team, but our girls have played this tournament with a lot of confidence. We are not so bothered about this being their home ground but want to just focus on ourselves and carry forward the good momentum," India coach Sjoerd Marijne said.
While praising his team for their aggression and attacking prowess, Marijne warned that the Indians need to ensure they don't make errors against a highly defensive team like South Korea.
"The Koreans like to play high press. It will be important for us to not let that pressure affect our game and we need to ensure we don't make mistakes in our own half. Besides this, we will need to move the ball fast to create space," the coach said.
"It is not always easy to play against a team who play with 11 players in their circle. To make the game favourable for us, we need to score more penalty corners and ensure we don't miss easy goals," Marijne said.
"When that doesn't happen, the level starts dropping and we made some silly mistakes. But what is important is, we won that match."
Marijne believes it will be important to be smart in how the Indians play and not exhaust themselves ahead of the title clash.
"This match will give us good understanding of how they play and what changes we need to make ahead of the final. We have to be smart in the way we play and ensure we don't exhaust ourselves too much," he opined.
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