The Asian Football Confederation has deferred every one of men's qualifiers planned for October and November for the 2022 World Cup and the 2023 Asian Cup.
The AFC and FIFA gave a joint proclamation Wednesday saying the deferral is to secure the wellbeing and security of all members during the Covid-19 pandemic. The games will be rescheduled in 2021.
Residential alliances have there are 40 national groups associated with the second round of World Cup Asian qualifying, which had just been postponed in March and June as the coronavirus spread over the district.
The top group in every one of the eight gatherings and the four best other participants will progress to the third phase of fitting the bill for Qatar 2022.
Japan drives bunch F with four dominates from four matches without yielding an objective. South Korea, a World Cup semifinalist in 2002, is on eight focuses in Group H alongside North Korea and Lebanon, a point behind driving Turkmenistan.
Australia drives Group B with four straight successes, two focuses away from Kuwait and Jordan, and Syria has won five directly to lead Group A by eight from China and the Philippinessumed in China, South Korea, Japan and Australia however under exacting wellbeing conventions.