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WC Qualification Asia

  • 11 November 2011
  • • 21:30
  • • Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium (Al-Sadd Stadium), ad-Dōha (Doha)
  • Referee: Mohsen Basma
  • • Attendance: 6500
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AFC 2014 World Cup Qualifying Preview: Qatar v Indonesia

AFC 2014 World Cup Qualifying Preview: Qatar v Indonesia

Khalfan Ibrahim Khalfan, AlSadd, Qatar

Merah Putih will be eliminated from 2014 World Cup reckoning if they lose in Doha, while Qatar can boost their hopes of progressing with victory in Group E


PROBABLE LINEUPS

QATAR

Iceland
Malick
Majid, Musa, Marcone, Mubarak
Omar, Khalfan, Siddiq, Al Sulaiti
Soria, Razak

INDONESIA



Rotinsulu
Syukur, Hamzah, Roby, Supardi
Utina, Bustomi
Solossa, Bambang, Ilham
Gonzales
Qatar coach Sebastiao Lazaroni has reminded his squad to remain vigilant and not to underestimate Indonesia even though his team is favoured to win this match. Al Sadd midfielder Wesam Rizik could drop out of the side which won in Jakarta, after being absent from training during the week with injury. Several players who missed the last match have been recalled by Lazaroni, such as Al Gharafa midfielder Lawrence Quaye.

Meanwhile in Indonesia's preparation, all players are in good physical condition after being in a training camp for several weeks and the only injured party is goalkeeper I Made Wirawan, while Markus Horison has been dropped. Coach Wim Rijsbergen is also waiting on the status of two naturalised players, Greg Nwokolo and Victor Igbonefo, because he hopes that they can be included immediately to strengthen the team.


DID YOU KNOW?
  • The match will be held at Jassim Bin Hammad stadium in Doha, the only one air conditioned pitch in the world.
  • The referee for the match is Syrian Muhsen Basma, who has officiated games at the 2006 and 2010 World Cups.
  • Indonesia so far have scored two goals in three games played in the third round of qualifiers and all of these were scored by one man - Cristian Gonzales (right).
  • Qatar are still unbeaten in the third round of qualifying after managing two draws and one win. Their only victory was obtained against Indonesia in Jakarta, 3-2 on the last matchday.
  • Indonesia have not won in their past five trips to West Asia.



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Last Five Matches

Head To Head

Qatar

Indonesia

Wins
2
1
1
Wins

Betting & Predictions

Reader's Predictions

Qatar QAT
Qatar Qatar
Draw
Indonesia IDN
Indonesia Indonesia
21%
73%

Top 3 Predictions

Qatar QAT
1 - 2
Indonesia IDN
Qatar QAT
1 - 3
Indonesia IDN
Qatar QAT
0 - 2
Indonesia IDN

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