Myanmar placed in Group F of AFC Asian Cup 2023 Qualifiers

Myanmar team striker Maung Maung Lwin (No. 7) poises to kick the ball during the 2022 World Cup Qualifiers against Tajikistan at Mandalar Thiri Stadium in Mandalay on 14 November 2019.  PHOTO: MFF

Myanmar national football team is placed in Group F of the AFC Asian Cup 2023 Qualifiers, according to the official draw-lots ceremony of the tourney, which was held virtually in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 24 February.
The qualifiers matches will be held in June and Myanmar is grouped with Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Singapore in Group F.
Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Myanmar were in the same group in the previous 2022 World Cup qualifiers in 2019 and 2020 and Myanmar earned 6 points in this qualification.
According to the official draw, six groups were decided for the AFC Asian Cup China 2023 qualifiers final round.
Kuwait, Mongolia, Uzbekistan, India, Malaysia and Kyrgyzstan will host the final round of the AFC Asian Cup 2023 qualifiers.
Among the 24 teams, the six group winners and five best second-placed teams will join the hosts China, Australia, Iran, Iraq, Japan, South Korea, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, the United Arab Emirates and Viet Nam in the final tournament.
The main tournament will kick off on 16 June 2023 in China, according to the Myanmar Football Federation. — Ko Nyi Lay/GNLM

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