Bangladesh has qualified for the Asian Games after a scoreless draw with Oman on day six at the qualifier in Dhaka.
The draw ensures that Bangladesh will finish no lower than fourth, enough to confirm their place at the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, from 2-14 December this year.
After yesterday’s results, Oman remains in second place on the points table, while Chinese Taipei and Hong Kong both improved their qualification hopes after emerging victorious from their matches again Iran and Sri Lanka.
View the match schedule
Tuesday 17 May
Chinese Taipei 3 defeated Iran 0
Hong Kong 5 defeated Sri Lanka 1
Oman 0 drew Bangladesh 0
Bangladesh 10 points
Hong Kong 9
Chinese Taipei 9
Sri Lanka 3
Thursday 11 May
Oman 3 defeated Singapore 2
Bangladesh 3 defeated Chinese Taipei 2
Friday 11 May
Hong Kong 4 defeated Iran 1
Bangladesh 3 defeated Sri Lanka 0
Chinese Taipei 4 defeated Singapore 0
Saturday 13 May
Oman 5 defeated Hong Kong 4
Sri Lanka 2 defeated Iran 0
Sunday 14 May
Bangladesh 5 defeated Iran 3
Singapore 3 defeated Sri Lanka 1
Monday 15 May
Chinese Taipei 3 defeated Oman 1
Hong Kong 3 defeated Singapore 1
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