OCEANIA Qualifiers: FIFA Global Cup Qatar 2022

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  1. Although the teams travel thousands of miles to Qatar, once there they will be treated to top notch facilities, and there will be no more travel issues hopping from island to island since all matches will be played in one city. Teams can focus on the matches and not worry about other logistical issues. There's going to be a lot more hype around this tournament and a lot more exposure for it's players. It's a blessing in disguise for OFC.

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  2. Buzzing for this qualification campaign!

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  3. When you look at all the other confederations having their final windows and such during the month of March to firm up qualifications, it's easy to overlook OFC, especially since their mini-tournament doesn't even lead to a direct qualification and all their teams are among the lowest ranked in all of the world. However with every game happening in Qatar, the neutral location in state of the art facilities will make this very interesting. With a level playing field, the highly expected New Zealand might just not make it through if they're not careful. For many of these teams though, this will be like their own World Cup experience. Plus the winner will have an advantage over the 4th placer from CONCACAF when they meet in June, because they will have already played on the same pitch five times prior. Honestly both CONCACAF and OFC lucked out in getting each other as opponents this time at the IPO. If either of them got AFC or CONMEBOL, it would've been an uphill battle for both of them. Now it's going to be comparable matches, which makes things even more interesting.

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  4. Though New Zealand are the favorites, they usually get owned by Papua New Guinea in the pacific games, and the most recent, fifa qualifier where New Zealand beat papua new guinea(PNG) wasn't a convincing win. PNG dominated that game but their strikers kept missing the goals, after 7 clean attempts. This brought the game to, shootouts where New Zealand eventually won with just one goal edging out PNG. As I see it PNG are the top dogs in the OFC.

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