How to make the Lions' mask
It is do or die for the Lions tonight, as they face arch-rivals Malaysia at the National Stadium in their final AFF Suzuki Cup Group B tie.
Shahril Ishak and Co. will need to put in lion-hearted performances to make it to the semi-finals, and they will need lion-hearted fans roaring them on in the stands as well.
Malaysia coach Dollah Salleh had said they are not intimidated by the Kallang Roar, that he and his players are used to big crowds and hostile atmospheres in the Malaysian Super League.
It is time to prove him wrong tonight.
DON THE MASK
The New Paper's award-winning art department has produced a mask for Singapore fans to wear to the Causeway Derby.
Simply go to tnp.sg to download the PDF file, and print it out on a reasonably sturdy piece of white paper.
Cut along the dotted lines to get the outline of the lion head, and cut out the blue portion to be able to see through the mask.
Use a pencil or any sharp object to poke holes at the sides - as indicated - to attach the rubber bands, and you will have yourself a lion mask in less than five minutes to complement your get-up.
Alternatively, you can also paste the image on the right on a piece of cardboard for support, and follow the rest of the instructions to get your mask.
Imagine a National Stadium filled with 55,000 lions in the stands, roaring on the Lions on the pitch and proving Dollah wrong.
The New Paper will be at the National Stadium tonight. Will you?