Myanmar team leaves for Saudi Arabia to participate in 2023 Asian U-20 Qualifiers

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The Myanmar national U-20 team together with coaches are seen at the Yangon International Airport yesterday ahead of the 2023 AFC U-20 Asian Cup Qualifiers.  PHOTO: MFF

The Myanmar national U-20 team left for Saudi Arabia yesterday to enter the 2023 AFC U-20 Asian Cup Qualifiers.
Eight members of the coaching staff and 23 players are participating in the U-20 Myanmar team which will play against China, Uzbekistan, Saudi Arabia, and the Maldives in the tourney.
The qualifying matches of the Asian U-20 Championship will be contested by 44 teams divided into 10 groups, and the first ten teams from each of the ten groups and the best five second-placed teams will advance to the next round.
Myanmar team’s Group A includes Kazakhstan, which will host the 2023 Asian U-20 final tournament, and Uzbekistan which has won direct qualification. So the results of playing against these teams will not be taken into account, but only the results of Saudi Arabia, China, Maldives and Myanmar’s group games will be calculated to determine which will win the qualifiers.
Myanmar will play against China on 10 September, Uzbekistan on 12 September, Saudi Arabia on 16 September, and Maldives on 18 September. — GNLM

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