FIFA confirmed the tentative schedule on Friday, with Vietnam’s opponents in group G set to play their matches between January 24 and February 1. In this period, Thailand will meet with Indonesia and UAE with Malaysia.The Golden Dragons will only return to Malaysia between March 22 and 30. FIFA will allow a maximum two matches to be played during this time, so chances are Vietnam can play its next game against Indonesia in March or between May 31 and June 15. Vietnam will also play its final group G match against UAE.The detailed schedule will be announced by FIFA in due course.This is the second time World Cup qualification games in Asia got postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Previously, they were rescheduled from March and June to October and November this year.Vietnam was supposed to play its remaining three qualifiers against Malaysia on October 13, Indonesia on November 12, and UAE on November 17. It meant to prepare for these games by gathering players for training on August 18 and playing a friendly against Kyrgyzstan on October 8.With the latest delay, Vietnam’s national football team will not be competing in any international tournaments for 2020.Next year will be a… Read full this story
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