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Socceroos world cup qualifiers 2022

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paraleticparaletic    3,750 posts
First game tonight v Kuwait. 11.30pm kick off time on fox. Hopefully start with 3 points

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  • TiversTivers    7,598 posts
    Yeah right.
    That came along quietly.
    Hidden amongst basketball World Cup though I guess, and Ashes.
  • PAULPAUL    2,576 posts
    edited September 2019
    In Group B for the second round of qualifying.

    GROUP B RESULTS
    September 5: Chinese Taipei 1-2 Jordan; Kuwait 7-0 Nepal
    Tonight: Chinese Taipei 0-2 Nepal

    AUSTRALIA'S GAMES
    Tonight: Kuwait v Australia
    October 10: Australia v Nepal (Canberra)
    October 15: Chinese Taipei v Australia
    November 14: Jordan v Australia
    March 26: Australia v Kuwait
    March 31: Nepal v Australia
    June 4: Australia v Chinese Taipei
    June 9: Australia v Jordan

    Top team from the eight groups plus four best runner-ups advance to third round. If Qatar (already qualified as host nation) is one of those teams, then the fifth best runner-up advances.
  • paraleticparaletic    3,750 posts
    3-0 win. Decent start away from home. Our only real concern in this group is Jordan.
  • PAULPAUL    2,576 posts
    I missed this announcement on Friday, but the ABC is now the new home for FTA football coverage in Australia, starting with the next Socceroos qualifying match against Nepal this Thursday night.

    They will be broadcasting the majority of the Socceroos' qualifiers live, although not the upcoming Nepal match (which is currently scheduled to be shown in Perth at 8pm WST on ABC and ABC HD).

    They will also be broadcasting every Matildas game (including the Olympic qualifiers) live, plus for the next two seasons, one Saturday afternoon A-League game per week live (plus selected finals on delay) and one Sunday afternoon W-League game per week plus all the finals live.

    https://mobile.abc.net.au/news/2019-10-04/abc-strikes-deal-free-to-air-home-of-football-in-australia/11562648?section=sport
  • PAULPAUL    2,576 posts
    edited October 2019
    PAUL said:

    In Group B for the second round of qualifying.

    GROUP B RESULTS
    Sep 5: Chinese Taipei 1-2 Jordan; Kuwait 7-0 Nepal
    Sep 10: Chinese Taipei 0-2 Nepal; Kuwait 0-3 Australia

    REMAINING GAMES
    Oct 10: Australia v Nepal; Jordan v Kuwait
    Oct 15: Chinese Taipei v Australia; Jordan v Nepal
    Nov 14: Jordan v Australia; Kuwait v Chinese Taipei
    Mar 26: Australia v Kuwait; Nepal v Chinese Taipei
    Mar 31: Nepal v Australia; Kuwait v Jordan
    Jun 4: Australia v Chinese Taipei; Nepal v Jordan
    Jun 9: Australia v Jordan; Chinese Taipei v Kuwait

    Australia beat Nepal 5-0 last night in Canberra.
    Jordan held to a goalless draw at home by Kuwait.

    GROUP B TABLE
    1 Australia 6 +8 (2 games played)
    2 Kuwait 4 +4 (3 games played)
    3 Jordan 4 +1 (2 games played)
    4 Nepal 3 -10 (3 games played)
    5 Chinese Taipei 0 -3 (2 games played)
  • PAULPAUL    2,576 posts
    PAUL said:

    GROUP B RESULTS
    Sep 5: Chinese Taipei 1-2 Jordan; Kuwait 7-0 Nepal
    Sep 10: Chinese Taipei 0-2 Nepal; Kuwait 0-3 Australia
    Oct 10: Australia 5-0 Nepal; Jordan 0-0 Kuwait

    REMAINING GAMES
    Oct 15: Chinese Taipei v Australia; Jordan v Nepal
    Nov 14: Jordan v Australia; Kuwait v Chinese Taipei
    Nov 19: Jordan v Chinese Taipei; Nepal v Kuwait
    Mar 26: Australia v Kuwait; Nepal v Chinese Taipei
    Mar 31: Nepal v Australia; Kuwait v Jordan
    Jun 4: Australia v Chinese Taipei; Nepal v Jordan
    Jun 9: Australia v Jordan; Chinese Taipei v Kuwait

    Australia beat Chinese Taipei 7-1 last night in Kahosiung, with doubles to Taggart, Irvine and Souttar. In the other game, Jordan beat Nepal 3-0 in Amman.

    GROUP B TABLE (after 3/8 games)
    1 Australia 9 +14
    2 Jordan 7 +4
    3 Kuwait 4 +4
    4 Nepal 3 -13 (played 4 games)
    5 Chinese Taipei 0 -9

    GROUP LEADERS (after 3/8 games)
    A Syria 9 +8, China 7 +12
    B Australia 9 +14, Jordan 7 +4
    C Iraq 7 +6, Bahrain 7 +2, Iran 6 +15
    D Uzbekistan 6 +5, Saudi Arabia 5 +3
    E Qatar 10 +9 (played 4), Oman 6 +3
    F Japan 9 +11, Kyrgyzstan 6 +7, Tajikistan 6 -1
    G Thailand 7 +4, Vietnam 7 +3, UAE 6 +5
    H South Korea 7 +10, North Korea 7 +3, Lebanon 6 +2
  • PAULPAUL    2,576 posts
    PAUL said:

    Australia beat Chinese Taipei 7-1 last night in Kahosiung, with doubles to Taggart, Irvine and Souttar.

    The last time 3 or more Socceroos scored multiple goals in a game was back in April 2001 when Popovic, Thompson, Vidmar and Zdrilic all scored doubles in a 11-0 win over Samoa in the first round of the Oceania 2002 World Cup qualifiers at Coffs Harbour.

    That was the match after the Socceroos beat American Samoa 31-0, when Thompson (13), Zdrilic (8), Boutsianis (3), Colosimo (2), Popovic (2) and Vidmar (2) all scored multiple goals.

    Two days prior, the Socceroos beat Tonga 22-0, when Aloisi (6), Mori (4), Muscat (4), Chipperfield (2) and Zdrilic (2) scored multiple goals.
  • PAULPAUL    2,576 posts
    edited November 2019
    PAUL said:

    GROUP B RESULTS
    Sep 5: Chinese Taipei 1-2 Jordan; Kuwait 7-0 Nepal
    Sep 10: Chinese Taipei 0-2 Nepal; Kuwait 0-3 Australia
    Oct 10: Australia 5-0 Nepal; Jordan 0-0 Kuwait
    Oct 15: Chinese Taipei 1-7 Australia; Jordan 3-0 Nepal

    REMAINING GAMES
    Nov 14: Jordan v Australia; Kuwait v Chinese Taipei
    Nov 19: Jordan v Chinese Taipei; Nepal v Kuwait
    Mar 26: Australia v Kuwait; Nepal v Chinese Taipei
    Mar 31: Nepal v Australia; Kuwait v Jordan
    Jun 4: Australia v Chinese Taipei; Nepal v Jordan
    Jun 9: Australia v Jordan; Chinese Taipei v Kuwait

    Australia beat Jordan 1-0 last night in Amman, Kuwait thrashed Chinese Taipei 9-0.

    GROUP B TABLE (after 4/8 games)
    1 Australia 12 +15
    2 Kuwait 7 +13
    3 Jordan 7 +3
    4 Nepal 3 -13
    5 Chinese Taipei 0 -18

    OTHER GROUPS - TOP 3 (after 4/8 games)
    A: Syria 12 +9, China 7 +11, Philippines 7 +1;
    C: Iraq 10 +7, Bahrain 8 +2, Iran 6 +14;
    D: Saudi Arabia 8 +4, Uzbekistan 6 +5, Yemen 5 -4;
    E: Qatar 10 +9, Oman 9 +6, Afghanistan 4 -8;
    F: Japan 12 +13, Kyrgyzstan 6 +5, Tajikistan 6 -2;
    G: Vietnam 10 +4, Thailand 7 +3, UAE 6 +4;
    H: South Korea 8 +10, Lebanon 7 +2, North Korea 7 +3.
  • paraleticparaletic    3,750 posts
    Must take hat off to syria, leading group A when the country is completely screwed.

    Also Vietnam - wow. Never seen them in top spot ever
  • PAULPAUL    2,576 posts
    edited November 2019
    PAUL said:

    GROUP B RESULTS
    Sep 5: Chinese Taipei 1-2 Jordan; Kuwait 7-0 Nepal
    Sep 10: Chinese Taipei 0-2 Nepal; Kuwait 0-3 Australia
    Oct 10: Australia 5-0 Nepal; Jordan 0-0 Kuwait
    Oct 15: Chinese Taipei 1-7 Australia; Jordan 3-0 Nepal
    Nov 14: Jordan 0-1 Australia; Kuwait 9-0 Chinese Taipei

    REMAINING GAMES
    Nov 19: Jordan v Chinese Taipei; Nepal v Kuwait
    Mar 26: Australia v Kuwait; Nepal v Chinese Taipei
    Mar 31: Nepal v Australia; Kuwait v Jordan
    Jun 4: Australia v Chinese Taipei; Nepal v Jordan
    Jun 9: Australia v Jordan; Chinese Taipei v Kuwait

    Jordan beat Chinese Taipei 5-0 in Amman and Kuwait beat Nepal 1-0 in Changlimithang (Nepal).

    GROUP B TABLE (after 5/8 games)
    1 Australia 12 +15 (played 4)
    2 Kuwait 10 +14
    3 Jordan 10 +8
    4 Nepal 3 -14
    5 Chinese Taipei 0 -23

    OTHER GROUPS - TOP 3 (after 5/8 games)
    A: Syria 15 +10, China* 7 +11, Philippines 7 +0;
    C: Iraq 11 +7, Bahrain 9 +2, Iran* 6 +14;
    D: Uzbekistan 9 +6, Saudi Arabia* 8 +4, Singapore 7 -3;
    E: Qatar 13 +10, Oman 12 +7, Afghanistan 4 -9;
    F: Japan* 12 +13, Kyrgyzstan 7 +5, Tajikistan 7 -2;
    G: Vietnam 11 +4, Malaysia 9 +2, Thailand 8 +3;
    H: Turkmenistan 9 +3, South Korea* 8 +10, Lebanon 8 +2.
    * played only four games
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