Qatar coach Daniel Carreno yesterday named a batch of 28 players in his squad that will play the final phase of the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
According to details made available by Qatar Football Association (QFA), the squad will travel to Switzerland for a training camp on August 11, after assembling in Doha on August 1.
In August, Qatar will play a series of international friendlies before heading to Tehran for their September 1 clash against Iran.
On August 8, Qatar face Iraq in Doha followed by another game against Real Betis on August 13 in Zurich.
Al Anabi face Jordan on August 18 in Zurich followed by an international friendly against Thailand on August 24 in Doha.
Qatar fly out to Tehran on August 30. On September 6, Qatar face Uzbekistan in their second 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifying game.
Squad: Claude Amin, Khaled Muftah, Ahmed Yasser, Mohamed Musa, Abdul Rahman Mohamed, Ismail Mohamed, Luiz Martin, Mohamed Abdullah, Mohamed Muntari, Karim Boudiaf, Moez Ali, Hassan al-Haidoos, Saad al-Sheeb, Karim Hassan, Ali Asad, Mohamed Kasola, Ibrahim Majid, Pedro Miguel, Sebastian Soria, Omar Barry, Rodrigo Tabata, Ahmed Alaa, Abdulrahman Abakr, Ahmed Abdel-Maksoud, Khalifa Abubaker, Boualem Khuouki, Meshal Abdullah and Akram Afif.
August 8, 2016: Qatar vs Iraq (friendly), Doha
August 13, 2016: Qatar vs Real Betis (friendly), Zurich
August 18, 2016: Qatar vs Jordan (friendly), Zurich
August 25, 2016: Qatar vs Thailand (friendly), Doha
September 1, 2016: Iran vs Qatar (2018 FIFA WC Qualifier), Tehran
September 6, 2016: Qatar vs Uzbekistan (2018 FIFA WC Qualifier), Doha
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