Qantas Under 23s to Face Iraq, Lebanon & DPR Korea
The Qantas Under 23s have drawn Iraq, Lebanon and DPR Korea in Group A of the AFC Final Round Qualifying for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.
The Qantas Under 23s have drawn Iraq, Lebanon and DPR Korea in Group A of the AFC Final Round Qualifying for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. The Australians, who were ranked in the lowest tier for the draw which was held at the AFC House in Kuala Lumpur today, will need to finish at the top of the group over their six pool matches to qualify for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.
The group matches will be held from 22 August - 21 November 2007 with full match & ticketing details to be announced shortly.
The Qantas Under 23's progressed to the final round of qualifying after finishing second in Group D of the second round of qualifying behind Saudi Arabia.
Group A A1 Iraq A2 Lebanon A3 DPR Korea A4 Australia
Group B B1 Korea Republic B2 Bahrain B3 Syria B4 Uzbekistan
Group C C1 Japan C2 Saudi Arabia C3 Qatar C4 Vietnam
22 Aug 07 - Iraq v Australia 22 Aug 07 - DPR Korea v Lebanon 8 Sep 07 - Australia v DPR Korea 8 Sep 07 - Lebanon v Iraq 12 Sep 07 - Australia v Lebanon 12 Sep 07 - Iraq v DPR Korea 17 Oct 07 - Lebanon v Australia 17 Oct 07 - DPR Korea v Iraq 17 Nov 07 - Australia v Iraq 17 Nov 07 - Lebanon v DPR Korea 21 Nov 07 - Iraq v Lebanon 21 Nov 07 - DPR Korea v Australia
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