Booters to learn their WC Qualifiers fate today

Booters to learn their wc qualifiers fate today0

Today, at the headquarters of the Asian Football Confederation located in Kuala Lumpur, the draw for the first round of the combined qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup and the Asian Cup will take place.

Bangladesh will then find out who their opponents will be for that round.

Due to the fact that the top 26 teams in the AFC area will compete straight in the second round of qualifiers, the lowest 20 teams will compete in Round 1, from which the top 10 winners will advance to the second round. After losing to Bhutan 3-1 on aggregate in the qualifications for the 2018 World Cup in 2016, Bangladesh had previously defeated Laos 1-0 on aggregate in the last edition of the qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup. However, in the qualifiers for the 2018 World Cup, Bangladesh had been defeated by Bhutan.

Even though Bangladesh (189) demonstrated strong performance against higher-ranked teams in the most recent SAFF Championship, they will be facing another test against higher-ranked sides in the home and away matches that are slated for October 12 and 17, respectively.

The men dressed in red and green will compete against one of the following 10 teams: Indonesia (150), Chinese Taipei (153), Maldives (155), Yemen (156), Afghanistan (157), Singapore (158), Myanmar (160), Nepal (175), Cambodia (176), and Hong Kong (149). Hong Kong’s ranking is 149.

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