Four matches will be played on schedule and places unchanged on March 25 and 30, while the rest will be played in a group of matches in one place, between May 31 and June 15, according to Reuters.

“AFC continues to place the health and safety of players and teams as a top priority and will work with the continent’s national federations to closely monitor the situation in the region,” the AFC said in a statement. The top eight teams, as well as the top four teams in second place, qualify for the third round of the qualifiers. Asia has four seats in the World Cup finals, as well as our national team, the Asian champion, who was included in the tournament as a representative of the host country, as well as another seat through a play-off with one of the competitors from another continent and was scheduled to start the second phase of the Asian qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup, in which 40 Asian teams will compete in eight groups, in March, after being postponed last year due to the Coronavirus pandemic

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