UEFA Euro Qualifiers Betting Score Prediction tonight presents a super-hot match between Spain vs Malta, which will be live broadcasted by RCTI, on Saturday, 16 November 2019 at 02:45 WIB, at the Ramon de Carranza Stadium.
Group F of 2020 UEFA Euro Qualifiers has entered in the 9th week, where this week shows a prediction that will make it easier for Spain to stay on top of the standings. As we all know that Spain is still at the top of the table now, and achieving 20 points slightly calms them down to avoid pressure.
Act as the host will make Spain’s step will be easier, the reason their opponents now are the team at the bottom of the standings, namely Malta. On paper and judging from the statistics available, the Malta level is considered not yet at the level of Spain, which is currently filled by experienced players.
Malta itself has certainly not been able to advance to the next round, and this condition is predicted to make their game decline. In the claim that Malta players have been sent away with pessimism, and knowing against Spain, then their steps will be smaller to come to Madrid.
Asian Handicap Market – Spain vs Malta:
Spain 0: 1 1/2 Malta
Score Prediction – Spain vs Malta:
Spain 3-0 Malta
At their last meeting Spain were only able to win with a thin score of 2-0, where this score was considered lacking by many observers, because Spain wasted many good opportunities. Now that status will no longer occur, Spain is claimed to be playing attack since the early minutes of playing.
Based on existing statistics, Spain’s biggest score over Malta is 4-0. Now the score is considered to be repeated again, as Spain is in the status of the host, and against Malta with the current conditions, it is appropriate for the host to give more lessons to Malta.
Head to Head – Spain vs Malta:
[03/27/19] Malta 0-2 Spain
[02/13/97] Spain 4 – Malta
[12/19/96] Malta 0 – 3 Spain
[03/22/89] Spain 4 – 0 Malta
[01/22/89] Malta 0 – 2 Spain
Spain’s Last 5 Matches:
[11/06/19] Spain 3 – 0 Sweden
[06/09/19] Romania 1-2 Spain
[09/09/19] Spain 4 – 0 Islands
[10/13/19] Norway 1 – 1 Spain
[10/16/19] Sweden 1 – 1 Spain
Malta’s Last 5 Matches:
[11/06/19] Malta 0 – 4 Romania
[06/09/19] Norway 2 – 0 Malta
[08/09/19] Romania 1 – 0 Malta
[10/13/19] Malta 0 – 4 Sweden
[10/16/19] Faroe Islands 1 – 0 Malta
Spain: David De Gea – Daniel Carvajal – Sergio Ramos – Mario Hermoso – Jose Luis Gaya – Thiago Alcantara – Rodr – Dani Parejo – Suso – Rodrigo – Mikel Oyarzabal.
Malta: Henry Bonello – Steve Borg – Andrei Agius – Zach Muscat – Juan Corbalan – Dunstan Vella – Rowen Muscat – Luke Gambin – Joseph Mbong – Kyrian Nwoko – Jean Paul Farrugia.