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Now.. Live broadcast of the Iraq game Yalla Shot | The first half |  Watch the Iraq and Lebanon match broadcast live today in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers

Now.. Live broadcast of the Iraq game Yalla Shot | The first half | Watch the Iraq and Lebanon match broadcast live today in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers

Live broadcast of the game Iraq and Lebanon Iraq vs. Lebanon is among the Asian qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, where Iraq will host the Lebanese national team at Khalifa International Stadium, Thursday, in the last 2022 World Cup qualifiers match, as the two teams look to win their first match in Group A. They currently occupy the bottom two places with one point each, but a win could take either country into second place depending on the other results.

Live broadcast of the Iraq and Lebanon game in the World Cup qualifiers, Yalla Shot

Iraq failed to win or score in their first two matches in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers, which is why they are at the bottom of Group A at the moment. The team scored a goalless draw in the opening match against South Korea and then followed that up with a 3-0 loss to Iran, a match that started poorly when they conceded in the second minute. They have now failed to win their previous three matches, something Dick Advocaat needs to change if they are to qualify for the first time since the 1986 tournament.

Live broadcast of the Iraq game now directly, Yalla Koura Online

The Dutchman has not guided the nation to victory yet since taking charge, but he will undoubtedly see this as an excellent opportunity to do so, especially playing at home. Three points could see Iraq rise to second in the table depending on other results and goal teams, which shows how tight the standings are at the moment. Their opponents can also rise to the same level with their victory on Thursday night, as Lebanon drew and lost once in the first two matches.

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