India could continue its qualifying campaign for the 2022 World Cup on October 8, as they take on Qatar, Goal understands.
India will at that point face Bangladesh away from home on October 13, according to the preliminary calendar turned out to be by the Asian Football Confederation (AFC), while its last gathering stage apparatus against Afghanistan will probably be played on November 17.
The aforementioned matches were planned for March and June until the Coronavirus pandemic stopped all wearing activities worldwide.
FIFA has yet to elastic stamp the new dates and the AFC awaits official confirmation. It ought to be noticed that the final choice also relies upon the situation of Coronavirus and the travel regulations, as applicable to each nation. India is now placed fourth in Group E with three focuses from five matches. Qatar tops the table with 13 focuses while Oman is hot with 12 focuses behind them.
Eight gathering victors and four best other participants progress to the 12-team final qualification stage for the 2022 World Cup on the mainland.
India is practically out of dispute for the top two spaces yet the Blue Tigers are well close enough for a third-place finish. That’ll book them an immediate compartment for the Asian Cup Qualifiers in the third round of 2023.
India lost narrowly to Oman at home before pulling a goalless draw to hold Asian champions Qatar. Two additional draws followed the rousing outcome and misfortune against Bangladesh, Afghanistan, and Oman, separately.