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Discussion in 'FIFA and Tournaments' started by EvanJ, Jun 7, 2019.
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With the withdrawal of St Lucia it would also be possible for the Turks and Caicos or Belize to be eliminated this month. They play 2 of their three groups matches and could have 0 points and another team could have 4+ (or similar)
A group can be won with 3 points if every game is a draw. As soon as there is a win, it takes at least 4 points to win. If Belize or Turks and Caicos Islands loses twice, they will be eliminated. Even if they could finish above every team separately, they wouldn't be able to finish first.
Tajikistan vs. Mongolia is tomorrow at 9:00 A.M. USA Eastern.
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The remaining 184 countries are 34 of 46 in AFC, 40 of 54 in CAF, all 55 in UEFA, 34 of 35 in Concacaf (St. Lucia withdrew), all 10 in CONMBEOL, and all 11 in OFC.
Oh ... indeed that is the case. I imagine Evan is kicking himself at the moment
Either than or recalculating all the other teams that could be eliminated tommorow (Cayman Islands) or the next day (maybe Aruba or Bermuda if Caymans lose first as well as a loser of BVI/SVG, AIA/BRB, BAH/GUY plus maybe others)
I wasn't thinking about eliminations. I read https://www.bigsoccer.com/threads/2022-wc-qatar-worldwide-opponents-watch-all-rs.2104215/page-8 which made me come here. Here are the scenarios:
Group A: The loser of Grenada vs. U.S. Virgin Islands will still be alive.
Group B: If Canada beats Cayman Islands tomorrow, Cayman Islands will be eliminated, and if Bermuda vs. Aruba on Tuesday has a loser that team will be eliminated.
Group C: If St. Vincent and the Grenadines vs. British Virgin Islands on Tuesday has a loser, they will be eliminated. Cuba is in the unusual situation of being the first team in the group to be eliminated but being ahead of the other two pointless teams in goal differential. That's what can happen when games played are unequal.
Group D: If Barbados vs. Anguilla on Tuesday has a loser, they will be eliminated. Dominica is eliminated while being above Anguilla on goal differential.
Group E: St. Lucia withdrew, so the group will have the same format as a World Cup group. If Belize vs. Turks and Caicos Islands on Tuesday has a loser, they will be eliminated. If that is a draw, it will be hypothetically possible to have every team finish 1-1-1.
Group F: If Guyana vs. Bahamas on Tuesday has a loser, they will be eliminated.
Therefore Cayman Islands is very likely to be eliminated, and five more are possible.
I refer the defendant to Exhibit A - post #97 in this thread
The prosecution rests.
182. Cayman Islands
Canada leads 6-0, so I'm posting before it ends.
Canada won 11-0. Before today, Canada and USA both had their record be 8.
181. Bahamas after they lost to Guyana 4-0
180. Turks and Caicos Islands because they lost to Belize 5-0
In June AFC will have 21 eliminations. Of the 40 teams, 12 will advance to Round 3, Qatar won't play in Round 3, and 6 are eliminated, which is 19. Concacaf will have 18 to 21 eliminations depending on how many they have tonight. 179 teams are left, and it will be 137 after June. Concacaf plays on June 2, 4, 5, and 8 in Round 1; and legs on June 12 and 15 that will eliminate 3 teams in June 15. AFC plays June 3, 7, 11. and 15. Cambodia, Palestine, and India will probably be eliminated on June 3.
179. British Virgin Islands because they lost 3-0 to St. Vincent and the Grenadines
178. Anguilla because they lost to Barbados 1-0
177. Aruba trails Bermuda 4-0
Concacaf has four groups with three teams alive, one group with four teams alive, and one group with all five teams alive.
176. North Korea [withdrew]