South Korea's men's national football team is set to face Iraq in the final qualifying round for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
The game will be held Thursday evening at Seoul World Cup Stadium with kick off set for 8 p.m.
Head coach Paulo Bento has summoned all of his top players, including captain Son Heung-min, striker Hwang Ui-jo and forward Hwang Hee-chan, all whom play for foreign clubs.
The Taeguk Warriors, in Group A of the final Asian qualification stage, will also take on Iran, the United Arab Emirates, Syria and Lebanon.
South Korea will meet Lebanon next week.
That game is scheduled for Tuesday at Suwon World Cup Stadium, south of Seoul.
South Korea has played at every World Cup since 1986, including co-hosting the quadrennial event in 2002.
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