KYRGYZSTAN vs. MYANMAR GAME POSTPONED

KYRGYZSTAN vs. MYANMAR GAME POSTPONED

The World Cup 2022 qualifier between Kyrgyzstan and Myanmar has been postponed due to the political situation in Myanmar. The news of the postponement was revealed by the Kyrgyzstan Football Union.

Kyrgyzstan and Myanmar are in Group F of the second round of the Asian qualifiers as far as the World Cup 2022 tournament in Qatar is concerned. The match between hosts Myanmar and Kyrgyzstan was scheduled for March 30, 2021 until the latest development about its postponement. Myanmar and Kyrgyzstan are both in contention to qualify for the third round of the World Cup 2022 qualifiers in the Asian section. In Group F, Kyrgyzstan are in second spot behind league leaders Japan with seven points, while Myanmar are in fourth position with six points. The two teams have played five games apiece in the second round of the Asian qualifiers for World Cup 2022.

Group F leaders Japan have played just four games in the group, while the other four teams have played five games each. Despite playing a game less than the other teams, Japan have a five-point lead at the top of the group. Apart from Japan, Myanmar and Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Mongolia are the other two teams in Group F. Tajikistan are third on the group standings with seven points, while Mongolia are last on the table with three points. Only the top two team swill qualify for the third round of the Asian qualifiers for the World Cup 2022 tournament in Qatar at the end of next year.

Myanmar started their campaign in the second round with three straight defeats to Mongolia (away), Japan (home) and Kyrgyzstan  (away) before they defeated Tajikistan (home) and Mongolia (home). For Kyrgyzstan, they started with a defeat at Tajikistan before two successive victories against Myanmar (home) and Mongolia (away). The two wins precededthe home loss to Japan and the draw with Tajikistan at home in the last match.

 

 

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