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Kuala Lumpur: The FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 and AFC Asian Cup 2023 Preliminary Joint Qualification Round One
will see five second leg ties being played on Tuesday.
Only Malaysia - thanks to a 7-1 win over Timor-Leste in the first leg - look to have sealed a place in the next stage of the Asian Qualifiers while there is still all to play for in the four other preliminary round ties being played on Tuesday.
Dededo: There is everything to play for when Guam take on Bhutan in the second leg of their FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 and AFC Asian Cup 2023 Preliminary Joint Qualification tie at the Guam FA Field on Tuesday.
An equally balanced first leg saw Bhutan take a slender lead going into Tuesday's match, thanks to Tshering Dorji's first half strike.
Doha: Pakistan have been hard at work since touching down in Doha for the second leg of their FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 and AFC Asian Cup 2023 Preliminary Joint Qualification tie.
The South Asians will go into the return leg at the neutral venue of Al Ahli Club chasing a 2-0 deficit, after late goals by Sieng Chanthea and Kouch Sokumpheak gave Cambodia the advantage in Thursday's first leg.
Preview - 2nd Leg: Brunei Darussalam (0) v (2) Mongolia
Bandar Seri Begawan: Brunei Darussalam will be seeking an early goal when they go up against Mongolia in their FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 and AFC Asian Cup 2023 Preliminary Joint Qualification return leg on Tuesday.
Goals from captain Norjmoo Tsedenbal and Naranbold Nyam-Osor gave Mongolia a 2-0 win in Thursday's first leg in Ulaanbaatar but Brunei Darussalam head coach Robbie Servais is confident his team can turn it around at the Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium.
Dhaka: Bangladesh are confident of sealing their spot in the next round when they host Laos in the second leg of their FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 and AFC Asian Cup 2023 Preliminary Joint Qualification tie on Tuesday.
Forward Rabiul Hasan came off the bench to score in Thursday's first leg to give Bangladesh a vital win and with the return leg at the Bangabandhu National Stadium, the South Asians are optimistic of their chances of their place in the second round of the Asian Qualifiers.
Kuala Lumpur: It was a steep learning curve for his young squad in the first leg but Timor-Leste head coach Norio Tsukitate is hoping his charges will show a better performance against Malaysia in the second leg of their FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 and AFC Asian Cup 2023 Preliminary Joint Qualification tie on Tuesday.
A rampant Malaysia scored a 7-1 win to all but confirm their place in the next stage of the Asian Qualifiers but Tsukitate is looking at the bigger picture for Timor-Leste.
The Japanese coach opted for a young squad due to several factors and admitted that his players struggled to cope with the intensity of Malaysia's game.
Ulaanbaatar: There is no better way to celebrate being appointed captain of your national side than scoring the goal that created FIFA World Cup history and wrote headlines around the world.
But this week Normoojiin Tsedenbal managed just that when he struck the first goal of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 and AFC Asian Cup 2023 Preliminary Joint Qualification in his home town of Ulaanbaatar for the Mongolian national team who went on to win the opening game of the Road to Qatar and Road to China.
His left-foot strike from a free-kick in the ninth minute of the subsequent 2-0 victory against Brunei Darussalam meant that Tsedenbal will be remembered as the man who scored the first goal of a competition which will end with the Finals across Asia in Qatar in December 2022.