Saudi Arabian players celebrate their second goal during the World Cup football Asian qualifying match between Australia and Saudi Arabia at the Adelaide Oval in Adelaide on June 8, 2017. AFP / Brenton Edwards
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Saudi Arabian football teams will be required to play away matches in Qatar during the Asian Champions League despite the kingdom's travel ban on its Gulf neighbor, Asia's football governing body said Sunday.The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) ruled all matches would be played on a home-and-away basis as planned, after Saudi Arabia had called for fixtures against Qatari teams to be shifted to a neutral country.Saudi Arabia's Al Hilal have been placed with Qatar's Al Rayyan in Group D of the AFC Champions League beginning February 12 .
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