Radulovic and captain Roda Antar attend a news conference in Bangkok.
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Lebanon's flagging hopes of advancing to the final round of World Cup qualification will come into sharp focus this week, with the Cedars facing a pair of critical ties in Group G.Lebanon are currently in third place in Group G with three points from as many matches, six points behind joint leaders South Korea and Kuwait, who meet Thursday.The winners of the eight groups will secure their place in the final round of World Cup qualification along with the four best second-placed sides, with all 12 teams additionally advancing to the 2019 Asian Cup finals.The firebrand midfielder has made the No. 6 position in Lebanon's oft-used 4-2-3-1 formation his own in recent times, snuffing out danger and providing cover for the back four while keeping the play ticking along nicely in central areas.
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