PALESTINE WIN sends 6 teams

In Group B on Tuesday, Palestine beat the Philippines 4-0 in Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia, to move up the finals.

The winners of the six qualifying groups and the five best second-placed teams will advance to the finals, with Palestine winnings in Hong Kong, India, Thailand, Uzbekistan, and Singapore groupmates Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.

As a result, the second-placed team in Group B was unable to exceed 4 points, affecting the qualifying for the other groups.

Group C leader Uzbekistan and second-placed Thailand both secured a place with 6 points prior to the meeting in Namangan in eastern Uzbekistan.

In Group D, Hong Kong and India were also guaranteed spots before the confrontation in Kolkata. For the first time since the 1968 edition of Iran, the former British colony will appear in the finals in Hong Kong’s qualifications.

Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan also advanced from Group F before the clash.

In search of the rest of the spot, Jordan leads Group A in front of Indonesia and Kuwait, with all three teams active in Kuwait City later Tuesday.

Bahrain, meanwhile, beat Turkmenistan 1-0 in Kuala Lumpur, beating Group E.

After defeating Bangladesh 4-1 the group recognized Malaysia as one of the best teams in second place. As a result, Malaysia will be competing in the Asian Cup for the first time in over 40 years.

Results are needed for the Philippines to compete in next year’s tournament.

Qualifying will take place in 13 teams that have already sealed the spots for the 2023 Asian Cup, including defending champions Qatar, Japan, Saudi Arabia, South Korea and Australia. China will also participate.

The tournament was scheduled to take place in China before the event was canceled due to China’s Zero Corona policy.

The Asian Football Confederation is seeking a bid to replace China as its host country and a decision will be made later this year.

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