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    Quote Originally Posted by Irannn View Post
    I don't think it's going to work like that. if Qatar wins the group, the 5th runner-up will qualify instead.
    I couldn't find the rules and regulations on the-afc.com or on fifa.com. I was thinking that if Qatar wins the group, the second and third teams will be bumped up and in the likely scenario that Oman and Afghanistan end up in 2nd and third place, Oman will qualify as the first team and Afghanistan will be in the pool for the four group runner-ups with the best records. We shall find out when they post the rules and regulations for the Asian qualifiers.

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    Tougher group compare to our other rivals but this shouldn't and will not cause us any issue. Iran will top the group.

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    Wikipedia says if Qatar tops their group than it will be up to Fifa will they allow Qatar to play in the second round and if Qatar is willing to play

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    Does anyone also think that Group H is the surprise package ? Turkmenistan looked good in the Asian Cup, North vs South Korea might give some surprising result because of off the field stuff and Lebanon thrashed N Korea a few years ago.

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    If you guys remember France was placed in the Group I of Euro 2016 qualifying which had five teams Portugal, Albania, Armenia etc. All those teams played friendlies against France on spare dates.



    So don't be surprised if Qatar plays in the next round

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    Need to arrange good friendly matches for specific FIFA calendar days. If Iran gets along with more countries, teams could travel to Tehran for the game, or ask their federation to help line up visas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azeem98 View Post
    Wikipedia says if Qatar tops their group than it will be up to Fifa will they allow Qatar to play in the second round and if Qatar is willing to play
    That's very dangerous.
    I hope they don't allow that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azeem98 View Post
    Wikipedia says if Qatar tops their group than it will be up to Fifa will they allow Qatar to play in the second round and if Qatar is willing to play
    Wikipedia is not a reliable source since anyone can edit the page. What makes sense is for Qatar to exit after this (second) round if it wins group E (the most probable scenario) and the second and third teams in the group to be bumped up to first and second places respectively. If Qatar ends up in second place in group E and qualifies for the next round as one of the four group runner-ups then it should again exit and the third team in the group should be bumped to second. If Qatar doesn't qualify for the next round, the qualification rules and regulations will apply to the first and possibly second teams in the group. In the scenarios where teams are bumped up, the same qualification rules should apply to them. It doesn't make any sense for Qatar to participate in the third round since third and fourth rounds are designated for WC 2022 qualification only and Qatar is already qualified as the host. Why should Qatar take the place of another team who could have a chance (no matter how big or small). This is purely my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azeem98 View Post
    Does anyone also think that Group H is the surprise package ? Turkmenistan looked good in the Asian Cup, North vs South Korea might give some surprising result because of off the field stuff and Lebanon thrashed N Korea a few years ago.
    South Korea has been always very lucky and their record of qualifying for every world cup going back to '86 is really not indicative of how strong they are.

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