The draw for the final round of the 2019 AFC Asian Cup qualification has concluded in Abu Dhabi (the UAE) on Monday.
Southeast Asian team Myanmar are in group A, along with India, Kyrgyzstan, and Macau. Vietnam was drawn into group C, along with Jordan, Afghanistan, and Cambodia.
Meanwhile, Malaysia are in group B, being pitted against North Korea, Hong Kong and Lebanon, and Philippines are in group F, along with Tajikistan, Yemen and Nepal.
The 2019 AFC Asian Cup will feature 24 teams for the first time in history. 12 of the teams have already qualified for the tournament, including defending champions Australia and hosts the UAE.
24 teams participating in the final round of qualification will compete for the remaining 12 slots for the 6 group with the top two teams from each group qualify for the finals.
The final round will begin on March 28, 2017.