The match is currently scheduled to be played at Rajamangala National Stadium on November 15, but floodwaters that crested on Saturday could possibly remain for as long as a month, forcing the Football Association of Thailand (FAT) to consider alternatives.
"So far, we've heard nothing from the [Asian Football Confederation]. However, we have already set up a plan for the worst-case scenario," said FAT general secretary Ongart Kohsinkha.
"Rajamangala and Supachalasai stadiums are currently being used as evacuation shelters. I'm not sure whether either of them could host the game, so we have contacted Chiang Mai to prepare in case we have to move the match there."
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