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February, 01 2012 09:51:21

Viet Nam to host Asian qualifiers

The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) has confirmed Viet Nam as the neutral venue for the playoff round in the Asian Qualifiers for the 2012 London Games, scheduled to be played from March 25 to 31.

Runners-up from the three third round groups will face each other in a round-robin format with an additional match earmarked for March 31 should two teams finish on equal points.

The winner of the playoffs advance to meet Senegal, who finished fourth in the 2011 Confederation of African Football U-23 Championship, Africa's qualifying tournament for the Olympics.

The AFC-CAF Playoff is scheduled on April 12 at the City of Coventry Stadium in England.- VNS

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