Lebanon players train in Kuwait ahead of their crucial World Cup qualifier.
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Lebanon's World Cup campaign reaches a definitive stage Tuesday, when the Cedars face familiar foes Kuwait needing a win to keep alive hopes of qualification.Miodrag Radulovic's men sit third in Group G with six points, six behind leaders South Korea and, more importantly, three adrift of Tuesday's opponents.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.Hasan Maatouk was instrumental as ever in that performance, easing nerves with his 28th-minute opener, and the Cedars will once again look to the Al-Fujairah man to lead from the front against Kuwait.
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