December 13, 2017

Postponed Myanmar, Kyrgyzstan qualifier to be set in coming March

Myanmar (Red) and Kyrgyzstan (White) Vie for the ball at the previous qualifier on 10 October at Thuwunna Stadium in Yangon, Myanmar. Photo: MFF
Myanmar (Red) and Kyrgyzstan (White) Vie for the ball at the previous qualifier on 10 October at Thuwunna Stadium in Yangon, Myanmar. Photo: MFF

The postponed Kyrgyzstan and Myanmar 2019 AFC qualifier in Group A will be played on 22 March 2018 and host country for the match has not yet decided by the officials from the Asian Football Federation.
The AFC qualifier has been postponed on September 5 due to the security concern of Krygystan and it has been decided to move to a later date as advised by the Government of the Kyrgyzstan Republic to its nation’s football federation.
All the expenses for the match will be covered by the football federation of Kyrgyzstan and the qualifier will be mainly supervised by the Asian Football Federation. After playing the qualifier against Krygystan, Myanmar will play against Macau as their last qualifier on 27 March, 2018 at Thuwunna Stadium in Yangon and whether Myanmar is qualified for final round of AFC 2019 or not will be known after this match. After playing the four qualifiers, Myanmar is standing in the third place in the table of the AFF Group A qualifier with gaining five marks with one win, one loss and two draw.

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