Jordan won a bruising derby with Syria 2-0 to become the first team to reach the Asian Cup knockout stages on Thursday, while talisman Chanathip "Messi Jay" Songkrasin hauled crisis-hit Thailand back on track.
Syria will attempt to leapfrog Jordan into top spot in Group B when the neighbouring nations meet in Al Ain on Thursday.
Jordan will become the first Middle East nation to host a top Asian women's football tournament when it holds the next Women's Asian Cup in 2018, officials said.
Harry Redknapp admits that Jordan are the underdogs going into Tuesday's World Cup qualifier against Australia but believes they have what it takes to win against the Socceroos in Sydney.
Harry Redknapp on Tuesday told Jordan's players only their best shot would do as the English coach took over as interim manager for two upcoming World Cup qualifiers against Bangladesh and Australia.
On Monday, Jordan's newest manager Harry Redknapp led his first training session for the first team with the aim to keep them on course for the World Cup.
Jordan shocked Australia 2-0 to go top of Group B while Qatar also scored an upset 1-0 victory over China in Group C to maintain their impressive run in the Asian World Cup qualifiers on Thursday.