India will play its remaining three FIFA World Cup qualifiers in Qatar as the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) decided to host the matches in centralised venues owing to the coronavirus-related travel and quarantine restrictions.

“FIFA World Cup 2022 host Qatar, will welcome Group-E opponents Oman, Afghanistan, India and Bangladesh with Japan set to provide the stage for the matches in Group-F comprising Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Myanmar and Mongolia,” the AFC said in a release on Friday.

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