Myanmar placed in Group D of Asian Cup Women’s Qualifiers

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Myanmar team player (white) attempts to clear the ball against Viet Nam team player during the third round qualifiers for Olympic on 6 February 2020. Photo: MFF

Myanmar women’s national football team is placed in the Group D of the 2022 AFC Women’s Cup Asian Qualifiers, according to the Asian Football Confederation.
The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) is scheduled to host the qualifiers in Lebanon from 13 to 25 September, according to the decision of the host countries.
Myanmar is falling in the Group D with host Lebanon, UAE and Guam.
According to the fixtures, Myanmar will play against host Lebanon on 17 September, Guam on 20 September and UAE on 23 September.
The tournament will be divided into eight groups and only the top team in each group will win the tournament, so the Myanmar team will have to play every important match and get a good result to win the tournament.
According to the group vote, the Group A includes China Taipei, Bahrain and Laos, while the Group B consists of Vietnam, Tajikistan, Maldives and Afghanistan.
In the meantime, Singapore is placing in the Group C together with Iraq and Indonesia while Myanmar is in the Group D with UAE, host Lebanon and Guam.
Next, South Korea, Uzbekistan and Mongolia are placed in the Group E, and Group F consists of the Philippines, Hong Kong and Nepal.
The Group G consists of Jordan, Iran and Bangladesh while ASEAN powerhouse team Thailand is included in the Group H with Palestine and Malaysia.
The Myanmar women’s team has qualified the Asian Cup Women’s Cup four times in 2003, 2006, 2010 and 2014. However, the Myanmar team did not qualify the last 2018 tournament.—Ko Nyi Lay/ GNLM

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