Head coach Park Hang-Seo and his 23 students enjoyed out door walking and doing simple morning exercises near their hotel, as they just spent 19 flying hours from Hanoi.

The ball for Vietnam-Jordan match will kick off at 17h00 (local time) (or 22h00, Vietnam time) on March 27th at the King Abdullah II Stadium in Amman, seating 13,000 people.

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As many as 24 squads (additional 10 squads since 2014) will play round-robin format in 6 groups, 4 teams each one, first and second legs, seeking the best two ones in each group to enter the finals.

In the third qualifying round for Asian Cup 2019, being held from March 27th, 2017 to March 27th, 2018, Vietnam is in Group D with Jordan, Afghanistan and Cambodia.

Vietnam now ranks second with 9 points, two points less then the host Jordan. 

After the second round, 12 national teams were qualified, including UAE, Iran, Iraq, Thailand, China, the Republic of Korea, Japan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Uzbekistan and Syria./.