The October break for CONMEBOL's 2022 qualifiers has finished; the top two spots for the World Cup look relatively secure, but who will take the final places?
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Qatar’s Maroons were crushed by a confident Irish team, who delivered a hat-trick and a fifty-ninth-minute header in front of a home crowd to take the win.
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Qatar Airways Holidays new World Cup travel offer includes flights, accommodation, match tickets and exclusive activities in a single package for Privilege Club members.
Two million in Qatar are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, a milestone leaving over 80% eligible protected. Now, a third shot is available for most at risk.
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