AFC Asian Qualifiers - Road to Qatar: Where to watch the action
Kuala Lumpur: Matchday Two of the AFC Asian Qualifiers - Road to Qatar promises another round of scintillating action.
Matchday One provided twists, turns and shock results and last Thursday's winning teams will be aiming to further boost their hopes of sealing a place in the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Finals with victories on Tuesday.
Perennial FIFA World Cup qualifiers Japan and Korea Republic, meanwhile, will be targeting their first wins in what promises to be an eventful day of top quality football, with the action available live across the world.
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Matchday 2 Fixtures: Group A: Korea Republic v Lebanon (20:00 (UTC+9); Syria v UAE (19:00 (UTC+3), Iraq v IR Iran (21:00 (UTC+3). Group B: Vietnam v Australia (19:00 (UTC+7); China PR v Japan (18:00 (UTC+3); Oman v Saudi Arabia (20:00 (UTC+4).
AFC Asian Qualifiers - Road to Qatar: 5 things to look out for on Matchday Two
Kuala Lumpur: The AFC Asian Qualifiers - Road to Qatar got off with a bang as the Matchday One encounters threw up no shortage of drama, upsets and a number of memorable moments.
With the Matchday Two action coming just five days after the opening round of fixtures, the 12 teams are ready to return for the second set of matches on Tuesday, and there is plenty to whet the appetite.
With six intriguing encounters to enjoy, the-AFC.com has selected five things to look out for.
Cairo: Jordan prepared for the upcoming AFC Women’s Asian Cup India 2022 Qualifiers in the best possible manner, defeating Tunisia to lift the 2021 Arab Women’s Cup in Egypt late on Monday.
A solitary strike from Maysa Jbarah made all the difference in the decider, with the star striker finding the net five minutes from time to register her sixth goal of the tournament, and crown Jordan as the champions of a tournament featuring teams from both Asia and Africa.
The win capped a dream finale to a Jordanian campaign which began with a 3-1 group stage defeat against Algeria but sprung to life when Jbarah scored twice in a 4-1 win against neighbours Palestine.
David Nascimento’s side continued their resurgence with a thumping 5-2 win over tournament hosts Egypt in the semi-finals, with Monday’s victory over Tunisia completing their mission in the first tournament of its kind since 2006.
East Asia & ASEAN Wrap: Defending champions BG Pathum held as Thai League 1 season kicks off
Hong Kong: The 2021-22 Thai League 1 campaign got underway at the weekend with defending champions BG Pathum United held to an opening-day stalemate by Chonburi.
A thrilling contest in Korea Republic saw Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors edge FC Seoul to keep the pressure on league leaders Ulsan Hyundai, while all 18 teams have now played their first round of fixtures in Indonesia's Liga 1.
Elsewhere, there was action in Japan, Malaysia and Cambodia, so join the-AFC.com as we review the latest fixtures from across East Asia and ASEAN.