Kickoff: 08:30 PM (GMT +8)
Stadium: Mỹ Đình National Stadium
Malaysia v Singapore Match Prediction (AFF Mitsubishi Electric Cup) – The last day of the AFF Mitsubishi Electric Cup promises to bring a thriller, as neighbours Malaysia and Singapore square off in a Causeway derby match. While they last met in a friendly in March 2022 wherein the Lions prevailed 2-1, they last met competitively in the Airmarine Cup which the Singaporeans also won 1-0. With a semi-final slot on the line, who of these fierce rivals will make it through? Let’s take a look and read on for our winning tips below.
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Malaysia v Singapore Match Prediction – Head to Head
Malaysia and Singapore have had several head-to-head meetings since 1958, with the Harimau Malaya leading by 7 wins. The Malaysians also have an overwhelming lead in goals in such matches, scoring 28 more than the Lions. Let’s take a look at their most recent meetings.
Malaysia v Singapore Match Prediction – Previous Three Meetings
Malaysia v Singapore Match Prediction – Current Form
Both Malaysia and Singapore won their first two outings in the tournament, but failed to do so on their third match. The Harimau Malaya, however, lost outright their game while Singapore was able to settle for a draw. Let’s look at their current statistics.
Malaysia v Singapore Match Prediction – Tournament Performance
Avg Goals Scored
Avg Goals Conceded
At this point, both teams have played in three games. Malaysia have a slight edge in their goalscoring rate, but Singapore have conceded fewer goals. Let’s take a closer look at the two teams.
Malaysia v Singapore Match Prediction – Preview
Malaysia are currently third in Group B with 6 points. Their winning streak in the competition was snapped by Vietnam, who defeated them 0-3 after both teams were reduced to 10 men. Nguyen Tien Linh powered the Golden Star Warriors ahead on 28 minutes, and while the Harimau Malaya got a break after Nguyen Van Toan got a red card 4 minutes later, they still trailed 0-1 at the break. The sides were on terms strengthwise again when Azam Azmi was sent off, and the Vietnamese got two more past keeper Syihan Hazmi with Que Ngoc Hai and Nguyen Hoang Duc scoring. Manager Kim Pan-gon conceded that Vietnam deserved to win, with his side all trying their best. He made it a point to review it before the Singapore clash, which will be another heated encounter for his team.
Singapore are currently second in Group with 7 points, just one clear of Malaysia. They too last faced Vietnam, but were able to hold them to 0-0 draw this time at home. In the first half, the Golden Star Warriors held the most possession, but were unable to go in front despite Singapore not getting into attacking position. Ilhan Fandi had an attempt after a Christopher Van Huizen display. There was concern when Ilhan was injured before the half, with his sub Shawal Anuar reinvigorating the attack. But while the Viets were unable to penetrate the Singaporean defence, none of them could score and they had to share the points. Manager Takayuki Nishigaya nevertheless praised the Lions as well as the home team for the match. For the Malaysians, he expects them to be aggressive but his Lions would match their ferocity.
Malaysia v Singapore Match Prediction – Final Thoughts
Being too familiar with each other and with a semi-final slot at stake, this match could go either way. However, apart from a slight home advantage, Malaysia could also attack slightly better than Singapore with their higher goalscoring rate. The Lions will be stubborn on defence, but Harimau Malaya have enough to sneak in a win, albeit in a very close manner. With that, let’s take a look at our prediction.
Malaysia v Singapore Match Prediction
We will be betting on the Asian Handicap and Over/Under in Euro football odds for this match:
Under: 2.75 Goals
Disclaimer: The odds change from time to time without prior notice and is only available at the time of writing
For this AFF Mitsubishi Electric Cup Group Stage Malaysia v Singapore Match Prediction to win, Malaysia need to win by at least two goals. If they win by just one goal, the bettor wins just half of their bet. For the Over/Under bet to win, the total goal count should be below 2.5 goals.
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