The Cedars are presently leading Group B with six points.
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Lebanon can take a significant step toward Asian Cup qualification when they face North Korea Tuesday in Pyongyang at 11:30 a.m. Beirut time.The recently expanded tournament – from 16 teams to 24 – sees the top two finishers in each of the six groups joining the 12 teams that have already qualified.The only time Lebanon has featured in the Asian Cup was as hosts in 2000 .Lebanon comfortably saw off Hong Kong 2-0 in their opening group tie and left it late before edging past Malaysia 2-1 in their second match.
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