World Cup Qualifiers 2022 – Nepal Fixtures – Group Stadings

Kathmandu (Hamro Khelkud) – Nepal National Football team has been featured in a tough group for world cup qualifiers matches second round.

Grouped with five-time world cup appeared nation Australia, Asian powerhouse Jordan, Kuwait and Chinese Taipei, the underdogs Nepal has a tough task to go through as their newly appointed manager Johan Kalin has a tough test to face.

Kalin guided Nepalese league side Machhindra FC to second place in 2013–14 Martyr’s Memorial A-Division League and was praised for his attacking tactics. Machhindra was least of the title favorites and they went on to challenge league winners Manang Marsyangdi Club till the last game of the super league, only behind by 1 point at the end of the season. Machhindra conceded the least number of goals in the league.

The Swedish coach has a tough job with the Nepalese side who are deprived of a good league and even an international stadium as Nepal’s only international stadium Dasarath Stadium is still pending full functionality after being severely damaged by 2015 Nepal earthquake that killed more than 9000 people.

Nepal’s world cup 2022 qualifiers fixture will see them play eight matches, home and away with each team in the group.

The first match was expected to be played in Nepal’s home soil, however sort of time to make the Dasarath Stadium ready caused All Nepal Football Association to request Nepal’s matches to be played at Kuwait.

Group B Table

PosTeamWDLPoints
1Australia3009
2Jordan2107
3Kuwait1114
4Nepal1033
5Chinese Taipei0030

Nepal Fixtures and Results

5 Sept 2019 / Kuwait 7-0 Jordan / Al Kuwait Sports Club Stadium, Kuwait City

10 Sept 2019/ Chinese Taipei 0-2 Nepal / Taipei Municipal Stadium, Taipei

10 October 2019/ Australia 5-0 Nepal / Canberra Stadium, Canberra

15 October 2019/ Jordan 3-0 Nepal/ Amman International Stadium, Amman

19 November 2019 / Nepal v Kuwait

26 March 2020 / Nepal v Chinese Taipei

31 March 2020 / Nepal v Australia

4 June 2020 / Nepal v Jordan

Nepal lost 7-0 to Kuwait in their opening match.

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