Thing is, the A333 is quite a big plane, a lot bigger than the 762. If they get rid of all the Boeings, that leaves quite a big gap betweeb the A321 and A333. So maybe they will get some A332s in the future.
Actually, Airbus (and Boeing) really need to pull their finger out and build a 767 / A300 250-seat widebody. That is the most neglected sector of the commercial aircraft market. This could be Boeing's way back to favour, instead of dicking around with gas-guzzling so-called Sonic Cruisers which will save a completely useless 30 minutes in the air, when the real problems are (a) getting to and from the airport (b) sitting in a taxiway queue for 40 minutes and (c) circling over the destination for 30 minutes. Build a mega efficient widebody!
fly Saha Air 707s daily from Tehran's downtown Mehrabad to Mashhad, Kish Island and Ahwaz