Lebanon’s 16-match unbeaten run was ended last month by Kuwait.
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Lebanon will carry out their final preparatory assignments before jetting off to the UAE for a much-anticipated second appearance at the Asian Cup.Lebanon's record against Uzbekistan is far from encouraging, however, with the "White Wolves" winning on three occasions and drawing twice.Prior to that defeat, the Cedars had been struggling mightily for goals, and they created precious little inside the Al-Kuwait Sports Club Stadium. Since topping their Asian Cup qualification group with 13 goals from six matches, Lebanon have managed to score just five times in as many outings.
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