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Asian Cup, Afcon, Copa America compared

Sunday, 12th July 2015 9:34pm
Here is a table comparing some of the statistics from the 2015 tournaments - Asian Cup, Africa Nations Cup and the Copa America.

There are less matches in the Copa America with the tournament only being a 12 team one but the averages can give a fair comparison.


AFC 2015 Nations Cup Copa America
Matches played 32 32 26
Drawn 2 15 8
Drawn % 6.3 46.9 30.8
Goalless draws 0 5 4
Goalless draws % 0 15.6 15.4
Goals 85 68 59
Goals/game 2.7 2.1 2.3
First half goals 38 21 27
First half goals % 44.7 30.9 45.8
Second half goals 47 47 32
Second half goals % 55.3 69.1 54.2

So once again the Asian Cup had the highest goals per game ratio.

This was a tournament where at least one goal was scored during every match as they were no goalless draws.


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Asian Cup compared to Nations Cup

Thursday, 2nd July 2015 9:00pm
The table below shows some of the statistics for the 2015 Asian Cup and the 2015 Africa Nations Cup.

Whilst there were many drawn matches in the Africa Nations Cup there were only two draw matches in the Asian Cup hosted by Australia.


AFC 2015 Nations Cup
Matches played3232
Non drawn3017
Drawn215
Drawn % 6.346.9
Goalless draws05
Goalless draws %0.015.6
Goals 8568
Goals/game 2.72.1
First half goals3821
First half goals %44.730.9
Second half goals4747
Second half goals %55.369.1


The Asian Cup saw more goals than the Afcon and also a higher goals per game ratio of 2.7 compared to 2.1 for Afcon.


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2019 Asian Cup in UAE

Monday, 16th March 2015 8:32pm
The United Arab Emirates(UAE) will host the next AFC Asian Cup in 2019.

Australia successfully hosted and won the 2015 AFC Asian Cup and will now defend its title in the Middle East.

The 019 edition of the tournament will see an expanded field of 24 teams contesting, an increase of eight teams from 2015.


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Socceroos wins 2015 Asian Cup

Saturday, 31st January 2015 4:33am
Australia has won the 2015 AFC Asian Cup after beating South Korea 2-1 after extra time.

The match was tied at one all after full time but the Socceroos scored the all crucial second goal in the first half of extra time.

This is Australia's first Asian cup triumph after having lost to Japan in the final four years ago.

Here is the league summary so far this season:

Number%
Matches played32
Home wins1650.0
Away wins1443.8
Drawn26.3
Goalless draws00.0
Goals85
Goals/game2.7
First half goals3844.7
Second half goals4755.3
Home team goals 4654.1
Away team goals3945.9

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UAE takes bronze medal

Friday, 30th January 2015 3:57am
UAE finished third in the 2015 AFC Asian Cup after beating Iraq 3-2.

The match was 2-1 at half time in favour of Iraq but UAE managed to score two goals in the second half to secure the bronze medal.

3 goals were scored in the first half whilst 2 were scored after half-time.

Here is the league summary so far this season:

Number%
Matches played31
Home wins1651.6
Away wins1341.9
Drawn26.5
Goalless draws00.0
Goals82
Goals/game2.6
First half goals3745.1
Second half goals4554.9
Home team goals 4554.9
Away team goals3745.1

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South Korea to meet Socceroos in final

Tuesday, 27th January 2015 3:54am
The 2015 AFC Asian Cup final will be contested between South Korea and Australia after both teams won their semis 2-nil.

South Korea beat Iraq 2-nil whilst the Socceroos beat the UAE by the same scoreline.

The two teams met in the group stages where the Koreans managed a 1-nil win.

So far no team has managed to score against the Koreans whilst the Socceroos are still to play extra time in this competition.

Here is the league summary so far this season:

Number%
Matches played30
Home wins1653.3
Away wins1240.0
Drawn26.7
Goalless draws00.0
Goals77
Goals/game2.6
First half goals3444.2
Second half goals4355.8
Home team goals 4355.8
Away team goals3444.2

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AFC 2015 round 4 goals review

Friday, 23rd January 2015 5:34am
The AFC Asian Cup round 4 produced 12 goals with home teams scoring 6 and the away teams scoring 6.

2 goals were scored in the first half whilst 10 were scored after half-time.

Here is the league summary so far this season:

Number%
Matches played28
Home wins1450.0
Away wins1242.9
Drawn27.1
Goalless draws00.0
Goals73
Goals/game2.6
First half goals3142.5
Second half goals4257.5
Home team goals 3953.4
Away team goals3446.6

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No draws in 2015 Asian Cup

Wednesday, 21st January 2015 1:53am
The group stage of the 2015 Asian Cup has finished with no match registering a draw.

Goals were scored in every match and there was no share of points.

The group winners of each group won all their matches.

With the knockout phase now kicking in, it means that there will be no match now which will be finished as a draw by the end of the match.

If a match is drawn at full time there will be extra and penalties to decide the winner to ensure all the matches will have finished with a clear loser and winner.

Here is a table showing the scorelines for the 2015 Asian after the group phase:


ScorelineFrequencyPercentage(%)
0 - 1 6 25.0
0 - 4 1 4.2
1 - 0 4 16.7
1 - 2 2 8.3
1 - 4 1 4.2
1 - 5 1 4.2
2 - 0 3 12.5
2 - 1 2 8.3
3 - 1 1 4.2
4 - 0 1 4.2
4 - 1 2 8.3


The table below shows the goal margins for the tournament so far:


Goal MarginFrequencyPercentage(%)
1 14 58.3
2 4 16.7
3 3 12.5
4 3 12.5

So more than half of the matches were won by just one goal and three matches were won by a four goal margin.

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AFC 2015 round 3 goals review

Tuesday, 20th January 2015 6:02am
The AFC Asian Cup round 3 produced 17 goals with home teams scoring 12 and the away teams scoring 5.

6 goals were scored in the first half whilst 11 were scored after half-time.

Here is the league summary so far this season:

Number%
Matches played24
Home wins1354.2
Away wins1145.8
Drawn00.0
Goalless draws00.0
Goals61
Goals/game2.5
First half goals2947.5
Second half goals3252.5
Home team goals 3354.1
Away team goals2845.9

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AFC 2015 round 2 goals review

Friday, 16th January 2015 4:06am
The AFC Asian Cup round 2 produced 24 goals with home teams scoring 5 and the away teams scoring 19.

13 goals were scored in the first half whilst 11 were scored after half-time.

Here is the league summary so far this season:

Number%
Matches played16
Home wins743.8
Away wins956.3
Drawn00.0
Goalless draws00.0
Goals44
Goals/game2.8
First half goals2352.3
Second half goals2147.7
Home team goals 2147.7
Away team goals2352.3

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AFC 2015 round 1 goals review

Monday, 12th January 2015 3:53am
The AFC Asian Cup round 1 produced 20 goals with home teams scoring 16 and the away teams scoring 4.

10 goals were scored in the first half whilst 10 were scored after half-time.

Here is the league summary so far this season:

Number%
Matches played8
Home wins675.0
Away wins225.0
Drawn00.0
Goalless draws00.0
Goals20
Goals/game2.5
First half goals1050.0
Second half goals1050.0
Home team goals 1680.0
Away team goals420.0

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Asian Cup round up: Goals conceded

Saturday, 12th February 2011 9:53pm
India and Uzbekistan were the only teams to record double digits in the goals conceded at the Qatar 2011 Asian Cup.

Both teams conceded 13 goals but for Uzbekistan it was over six matches whereas for India it was in half the number.

Interestingly both teams endured heavy losses against Australia with India losing 4-nil and the Uzbeks 6-nil.

North Korea, Iran and Australia conceded the least number of goals with two goals conceded.

Here is list of the goals conceded per team :


TeamGoals
Korea DPR2
Iran2
Australia2
Iraq3
UAE4
Jordan4
China4
Syria5
Qatar5
Bahrain5
Japan6
Kuwait7
Korea7
Saudi Arabia8
Uzbekistan13
India13

Total Goals Conceded : 90

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Asian Cup round up: Goals scored

Saturday, 12th February 2011 9:47pm
A total of 90 goals were scored in the just ended 2011 Qatar Asian Cup.

UAE and North Korea failed to score a single goal in their three matches whilst winners Japan topped the goal scoring charts with 13 goals.

The table below shows the goals scored per team:


TeamGoals
UAE0
Korea DPR0
Saudi Arabia1
Kuwait1
Iraq3
India3
Syria4
China4
Jordan5
Iran6
Bahrain6
Qatar7
Uzbekistan10
Korea13
Australia13
Japan14

Total Goals Scored : 90

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Australia to host 2015 Asian Cup

Monday, 31st January 2011 7:39am
The 2011 Asian Cup runners up Australia will host the next edition of the competition.

The Asian Football Confederation announced the decision after the final between Australia and Japan.

Like the 2011 competition, the tournament will be held in January.


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Japan wins fourth Asian Cup final

Sunday, 30th January 2011 9:13am
Japan won the Asian Cup for the fourth time after beating Australia 1-nil after extra time in the 2011 Qatar Asian Cup.

Japan also maintained its unbeaten run in the final having so far reached four finals and winning all.

It was a debut final for Australia who went into the match having conceded just one goal but the second goal they conceded was going to be the most critical.

With the match tied goalless at the end of normal time Japan went on to score in the second half of extra-time.

Japan has now won four of the last six editions of this tournament with the other winners in this time being Saudi Arabia and Iraq.

Below is table that summarises performances by all the teams in a league table. The table uses goal difference:


TeamPlayedWonDrawLostForAgainstGDPts
Japan 6 4 20 146 814
Korea 6 4 20 137 614
Australia 6 4 11 132 1113
Uzbekistan 6 3 12 1013 -310
Iran 4 3 01 62 49
Jordan 4 2 11 54 17
Qatar 4 2 02 75 26
Iraq 4 2 02 33 06
China 3 1 11 44 04
Bahrain 3 1 02 65 13
Syria 3 1 02 45 -13
Korea DPR 3 0 12 02 -21
UAE 3 0 12 04 -41
Kuwait 3 0 03 17 -60
Saudi Arabia 3 0 03 18 -70
India 3 0 03 313 -100


The table does not include the results from a penalty shootout and hence the match between Japan and South Korea is considered to be a 2-all draw in this table.


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Socceroos face Japanese challenge

Saturday, 29th January 2011 8:37am
The Socceroos good defensive record at this year's Asian Cup tournament will be tested by the Japanese side who have failed to score more than one goal just once.

The Socceroos have only conceded one goal and that was against South Korea in one-all draw.

For the Japanese they have scored two or more goals in every match apart from the one-all draw against Jordan in the group stages.

This will be the first time the two teams meet in an Asian Cup final but the teams met in the group stages of the 2007 tournament where the match finished one-all.

Japan has been involved in three Asian Cup finals and won in every instance and now they face a tough challenge against the Socceroos who would like to win on their first attempt.

Meanwhile South Korea finished third after beating Uzbekistan 3-2 in the third playoff match.

Its the second consecutive tournament that the South Koreans have won the bronze medal.

Here is some of the stats for Australia and Japan so far:



AustraliaJapan
Played55
Drawn11
Won44
Lost00
Clean sheets41
Failed to score00
Goals scored1313
Goals conceded16
1st half goals scored66
2nd half goals scored77
1st half goals conceded13
2nd half goals conceded03
Biggest winUzbekistan 0 - 6 Australia
Saudi Arabia 0 - 5 Japan
Biggest lossNo lossNo loss
Scored 3 or more22
Conceded 3 or more00
Scored 5 or more11
Conceded 5 or more00
Asian Cup Finals
Played03
Drawn00
Won03
Lost00

Previous Matches

SeasonRoundTeamGoalsTeamGoals
2007/8 4Japan1Australia1

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Socceroos rout ten-men Uzbekistan

Wednesday, 26th January 2011 8:56am
The Socceroos registered their biggest winning margin in the Asian Cup when they beat ten-men Uzbekistan 6-nil.

The Socceroos were already 3-nil up by the time the Uzbeks were reduced to ten men.

The Socceroos will now play their maiden Asian Cup final against Japan who overcame South Korea in a penalty shootout.

After ninety minutes the match was tied one-all and at the end of extra time it was 2-all.

Three time champions Japan went on to win the penalty shootout 3-nil.

Here are the winning margin of the 30 matches played so far at the Qatar 2011 Asian Cup:


Goal MarginFrequency
0 5
1 15
2 3
3 4
4 1
5 1
6 1


So 15 matches were won by a one-goal margin by far the most popular winning margin whilst the five and six goal margins were contributed by the finalists Japan and Australia respectively.

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East Asia clash: Japan v South Korea

Tuesday, 25th January 2011 9:00pm
Japan will meet South Korea in the 2011 Asian Cup semi-finals in Qatar in clash of the giants from East Asia.

The two teams last met in an Asian Cup third place playoff at the last tournament. South Korea won the penalty shoot-out after the match had finished goalless.

Japan goes into the match knowing that every that every time they have reached the final they have never lost.

The three time champions will play a team that won the Cup twice and lost the final thrice.

Both teams are unbeaten so far but Japan won its group and South Korea finished second in Group C.

The winner will meet either Australia or Uzbekistan.

Here is some stats for the two so far in Qatar:


JapanSouth Korea
Played44
Points(group)77
Drawn11
Won33
Lost00
Goal difference64
Clean sheets12
Failed to score00
Goals scored118
Goals conceded43
Ave. goals scored2.72.3
Ave. goals conceded0.71.0
Biggest winSaudi Arabia 0 - 5 Japan
Korea 4 - 1 India
Biggest lossNo lossNo loss
Scored 3 or more21
Conceded 3 or more00
Scored 5 or more10
Conceded 5 or more00
Asian Cup semis
Played48
Won35
Lost13

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History beckons: Australia vs Uzbekistan

Tuesday, 25th January 2011 2:04pm
Australia and Uzbekistan meet in the 2011 Qatar Asian semi-finals with both countries going their debut Asian Cup final.

For both teams its the first time to reach the semis of the tournament and now history beckons as they vie for a place in the final.

To reach the final the Socceroos beat the defending champions Iraq in extra-time.

The other semi features Japan against South Korea.

Here is table showing some of the stats for the two teams so far at this year's tournament:


AustraliaUzbekistan
Played44
Points(group)77
Drawn11
Won33
Lost00
Goal difference53
Clean sheets41
Failed to score00
Goals scored78
Goals conceded14
Ave. goals scored2.02.0
Ave. goals conceded0.31.0
Biggest winIndia 0 - 4 Australia
Qatar 0 - 2 Uzbekistan
Biggest lossNo lossNo loss
Scored 3 or more10
Conceded 3 or more00
Scored 5 or more00
Conceded 5 or more00

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2007 rematch - Socceroos vs Iraq

Saturday, 22nd January 2011 8:14pm
The Socceroos will meet Iraq in the 2011 Qatar Asian Cup with the teams having met at the tournament in the group stages of the 2007 edition.

Then in 2007, Iraq won the match and went on to win the tournament and the Socceroos went out at the group stage level.

This time the Socceroos have gone one step further compared to four years ago and their defence has been tight conceding one goal so far.

Iraq started the tournament with a loss against Iran but subsequent one-nil wins have seen them reach the knockout phase.

The winner of this match will meet Uzbekistan who beat Jordan 2-1.

Here is some of the stats for the two teams so far:



CategoryAustraliaIraq
Played33
Points76
Drawn10
Won22
Lost01
Goal difference51
Clean sheets22
Failed to score00
Goals scored63
Goals conceded12
Ave. goals scored2.01.0
Ave. goals conceded0.30.7
Biggest winIndia 0 - 4 Australia
UAE 0 - 1 Iraq
Iraq 1 - 0 Korea DPR
Biggest lossNo lossIraq 1 - 2 Iran
Scored 3 or more10
Conceded 3 or more00
Scored 5 or more00
Conceded 5 or more00
Home matches
Played22
Points43
Drawn10
Won11
Lost01
Goal difference10
Goals scored22
Goals conceded12
Ave. goals scored1.01.0
Ave. goals conceded0.51.0
Away matches
Played11
Points33
Drawn00
Won11
Lost00
Goal difference41
Goals scored41
Goals conceded00
Ave. goals scored4.01.0
Ave. goals conceded0.00.0

Previous Matches

SeasonRoundTeamGoalsTeamGoals
2007/8 2Iraq3Australia1

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UAE, DPR Korea exit goalless

Friday, 21st January 2011 7:12am
The United Arab Emirates and the North Korea left the 2011 Asian Cup having failed to score a single goal.

The match between the two matches which was their opening match finished goalless and the teams got their single points from there.

In the same group D, Iran finished with nine points and is the only team to finish with all points.

In doing so Iran only conceded a single which was conceded against Iraq in their first match.

Iraq finished runners up in Group D and will now face off against the Socceroos. Iraq beat the Socceroos 3-1 in the previous edition of the tournament on their way to the title.

Below is a table using goal difference which puts all the 16 teams into one league type ladder:


TeamPlayedWonDrawLostForAgainstGDPts
Iran 3 3 00 61 59
Japan 3 2 10 82 67
Australia 3 2 10 61 57
Korea 3 2 10 73 47
Uzbekistan 3 2 10 63 37
Jordan 3 2 10 42 27
Qatar 3 2 01 52 36
Iraq 3 2 01 32 16
China 3 1 11 44 04
Bahrain 3 1 02 65 13
Syria 3 1 02 45 -13
Korea DPR 3 0 12 02 -21
UAE 3 0 12 04 -41
Kuwait 3 0 03 17 -60
Saudi Arabia 3 0 03 18 -70
India 3 0 03 313 -100


Not surprisingly Iran heads this table with their perfect score and India having conceded the most goals and with the lowest goal difference in the group stages anchor it.

Kuwait and Saudi Arabia also left pointless but scored a single goal each.


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Socceroos beats Bahrain to top group

Wednesday, 19th January 2011 1:57pm
The Socceroos beat Bahrain 1-nil in the final Group C match after South Korea could only beat India 4-1.

South Korea and the Socceroos finished the group stage on seven points with the Socceroos topping the group on goal difference.

The Socceroos will now meet the runner-up from Group D whilst South Korea will meet Group D winners Iran.

After three matches the Socceroos have only conceded a single goal and the table below shows the number of goals each team has conceded so far:


TeamGoals
UAE1
Korea DPR1
Iran1
Australia1
Qatar2
Jordan2
Japan2
Iraq2
Uzbekistan3
Korea3
China4
Syria5
Bahrain5
Kuwait7
Saudi Arabia8
India13

Total Goals Conceded : 60

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Japan to meet Qatar in quarters

Tuesday, 18th January 2011 9:26pm
Japan will meet the 2011 Asian Cup hosts Qatar after topping group B.

The 2022 World Cup hosts came second in Group A and will now meet one of the tournament favourites.

Japan beat Saudi Arabia 5-nil to create the biggest winning margin of five goals so far in the tournament.

The second quarter final will feature Group A leaders Uzbekistan who will play Jordan.

Uzbekistan were denied a clean sweep in their group after a draw in their last group match against China.

There are four more group matches to be played from groups C and D.

The table below shows the total number of goals scored by each team so far:


TeamGoals
UAE0
Korea DPR0
Saudi Arabia1
Kuwait1
Iraq2
India2
Korea3
Iran3
Syria4
Jordan4
China4
Qatar5
Australia5
Uzbekistan6
Bahrain6
Japan8

Total Goals Scored : 54

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Asian Cup: Iran reach quarters

Sunday, 16th January 2011 5:51pm
Iran reached the quarter-finals of the 2011 Qatar Asian Cup after beating North Korea 1-nil.

The win left the Iranians with six points and they are the first team to reach the quarters in this year's tournament.

In the other Group D match, defending champions Iraq needed a late own goal against the United Arab Emirates to secure their first points in Qatar and now only need a draw to reach the quarters.

Group D has seen the lowest number of goals with only three goals scored so far.

UAE and North Korea are still to score goal and they will need to do so and win their final matches if they are to reach the quarters.

All the other teams in the competition have all scored at least a goal apart from these two Group D teams.

Here is a table showing the winning margins for the 16 matches played so far:


Goal MarginFrequency
0 3
1 8
2 3
3 1
4 1

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India, Saudi Arabia exit Asian Cup

Saturday, 15th January 2011 6:24pm
With only Group D to still play the second round of matches in the group stage, India and Saudi Arabia are already having lost their first two matches.

In Group all teams can still reach the quarter-final but Uzbekistan with six points already is in pole position.

In Group B, Saudi Arabia made a surprising early exit after losing their second match 1-nil to Jordan.

In Group C, India who have conceded the most number of goals so far are also out of the tournament after losing 5-2 to Bahrain.

Australia and South Korea are both on four points but with South Korea playing India last they look like certainties to be in the quarters.

Defending champions Iraq started with a 2-1 loss to Iran and they next meet United Arab Emirates who played out the only goalless draw of the tournament so far.

Here are all the scorelines for the 2011 Qatar Asian Cup so far:


ScorelineFrequency
0 - 0 1
0 - 2 3
0 - 4 1
1 - 0 1
1 - 1 2
1 - 2 3
2 - 1 2
5 - 2 1

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Socceroos paired with South Korea

Sunday, 25th April 2010 9:38pm
In the 2011 Asian Cup draw, the Socceroos have been paired with fellow World Cup bound South Korea in Group C.

The other two teams in the group are Bahrain and India.

The hosts Qatar were seeded and are in Group A alongside Kuwait, China and Uzbekistan.

Group B has Saudi Arabia, Japan, Jordan and Syria.

Group D is probably the toughest of all the groups and that group comprises defending champions Iraq, world Cup bound North Korea, United Arab Emirates and Iran.

TipsChallenge will run a tipping competition on 2011 Asian Cup and the fixtures will be available soon.

Here is the full draw:


Group A
Qatar
Kuwait
China PR
Uzbekistan

Group B
Saudi Arabia
Japan
Jordan
Syria

Group C
South Korea
India
Australia
Bahrain

Group D
Iraq
North Korea
United Arab Emirates
Iran


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Socceroos seal 2011 Asian Cup place

Thursday, 4th March 2010 10:42pm
The Socceroos sealed a place at the 2011 Asian Cup after winning Group B.

The 2011 tournament will be hosted by Qatar in January 2011( and not the usual July).

The Soccerooos only needed a draw to qualify but won the match 1-0 with the goal being scored towards the end of the first half and that goal was enough to win group B. Kuwait finished as runners up

This will be the Socceroos second venture into the Asian Cup after qualifying for the 2007 tournament.

TipsChallenge will once again be running an Asian Cup tipping competition after successfully running another one for the 2007 edition.

Here is a full list of the countries that have qualified:

Qatar (Hosts)
Iraq (defending champions, winner 2007)
Japan
Bahrain
Australia
Kuwait
China
India
Iran
Jordan
North Korea
South Korea
Saudi Arabia
Syria
United Arab Emirates
Uzbekistan

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Beijing -
$15
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$70
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11
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$19
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33
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$33
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9
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$26
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23
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32