"The soldiers gave themselves up in the face of a stronger enemy forces"

I saw this sentence in my textbook and I'd like to know if there is an error here? Shoud I really use an indefinite article before "enemy forces"? Is "forces" singular?

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    Forces is plural, and this is just a typo. – RegDwigнt Mar 18 at 13:00
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    A stronger force, or stronger forces. – Kate Bunting Mar 18 at 13:16

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