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Doha: Most of Qatar’s fans will be watching from afar on Friday as their World Cup team, which has been locked out for the past four months, takes on Canada.

Since June 2, all their games have been played in secret, and the Qatar Football Association has banned sponsors from training camps in Spain and Austria as they prepare their players for their baptism of fire—their first World Cup appearance on home soil. – in 60 days.

The lowest-ranked team in Group A is Qatar, ranked 48th overall by FIFA. Since June 2, all their games have been played in secret, and the Qatar Football Association has banned sponsors from training camps in Spain and Austria as they prepare their players for their baptism of fire—their first World Cup appearance on home soil. – in 60 days.

Having spent billions of dollars on the first World Cup in the Arab country, Qatar is keen to see the national team advance to the first round alongside the Netherlands, Senegal and Ecuador.

But on Tuesday, they suffered a sneaky 3-0 defeat against Croatia’s under-23 side. Also, although friendlies against Chile on Tuesday and Canada on Friday in Vienna are for the general public, they will be seen as crucial tests of the team’s resilience under Spain coach Felix Sanchez.

According to team spokesman Ali Salat, Sanchez and the QFA agreed to keep 30 players out of Qatar and away from the prying eyes of interested opponents.

The lowest-ranked team in Group A is Qatar, ranked 48th overall by FIFA. Sanchez was appointed coach in 2017 with the aim of making an impact this season.

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