Singapore VS Myanmar LIVE Football Score 24/12/2022
Singapore host Myanmar at the Jalan Besar Stadium in Jalan Besar on Saturday for their opening match of the 2022 AFF Championship. The Lions have been drawn in Group B with Malaysia, Vietnam and Laos also in the group as they make their 14th appearance in the competition. Takayuki Nishigaya’s side played three friendlies this month as a part of their preparations for the Championship.
The first two ended in 7-3 and 7-1 losses to Japanese clubs, YSCC Yokohama and Ryutsu Keizai University FC, respectively. Ilhan Fandi’s opening goal was canceled out by Ibrahim Mahudhee, although a second-half brace from Shawal Anuar sealed the win for the Lions. Myanmar, meanwhile, were beaten 1-0 by Malaysia in their opening game in Yangon, with Muhammad Faisal scoring the only goal of the game in the 52nd minute.The Chinthe, also making their 14th appearance in the competition, will be eager to get their campaign up and running with a win here, although the side are yet to post a victory in 2022.
There have been 12 previous clashes between the sides, with Singapore winning eight times and losing only twice to Myanmar.Myanmar’s last win over Singapore came in an international friendly in June 2019 (2-1).Singapore have beaten Myanmar in their last two clashes, including a stunning 6-2 win in the Asia Cup qualifiers in June this year.Myanmar haven’t won any of their eight clashes in 2022 so far, losing seven, while they have conceded 23 times in the process and netting only twice – both against Singapore in a 6-2 loss.Singapore have won only four of their 11 games this year.Having beaten Maldives in their last encounter, Singapore are looking to register back-to-back wins for the first time since March.
Win Naing Tun currently plays for Yangon United in the league of his country and has played eight matches with his national team and has scored one goal, this was in the qualification for the Asia Cup in which he scored. He has also played several matches with the team of the lower category in which he played two matches and scored five goals.
Myanmar arrives after playing three friendly matches where they lost against Thailand and with Hong Kong they played two matches, in one they drew and in the other they lost. They also did not win any match they played in the AFC Asian Cup qualifiers where they finished last in the group with zero points, two goals scored and 12 conceded. The last time this team won was more than a year ago in the group stage of the AFF Suzuki Cup where they defeated East Timor 2-0. In their first match of the competition they were defeated by 0-1 against Malaysia and had the equalizer at the end of the match, but wasted a penalty. They are currently in fourth place in Group B.
The Singapore national team arrives after playing three friendly matches in which they knew all the signs, as they beat Maldives, drew against India and lost to Vietnam. While in the Asian Cup qualifiers they have been left out by finishing third with only three points.
A total of 40 clashes between Singapore and Myanmar with a favorable balance for the former who have won 19 times, while 16 times the victory has fallen to Myanmar. While five encounters ended in a draw. The last time these two teams met was earlier this year in the Asian Cup qualifiers in which Singapore won 2-6. They also met this year in this tournament in the group stage round in which Singapore won 3-0.
Singapore and Myanmar will meet on the second day of the group stage in the Mitsubishi Electric AFF 2022 AFF Cup, although this will be the first match for Singapore in this tournament. Both teams are in Group B alongside Vietnam, Malaysia and Laos.
The opening match of the 2022 AFF Championship between Singapore and Myanmar will take place on Saturday at the Jalan Besar Stadium in Jalan Besar. The Lions, making their 14th appearance in the competition, have been assigned to Group B, which also includes Malaysia, Vietnam, and Laos. As part of their preparations for the Championship, Takayuki Nishigaya’s team played three friendlies this month.
The first two ended in 7-3 and 7-1 defeats to Japanese teams, Ryutsu Keizai University FC and YSCC Yokohama, respectively. However, Singapore defeated the Maldives 3-1 in their third and final match. Despite Ibrahim Mahudhee canceling out Ilhan Fandi’s first-half goal, Shawal Anuar’s second-half brace secured the Lions’ victory.
In contrast, Malaysia defeated Myanmar 1-0 in their first match in Yangon. Muhammad Faisal scored the game’s lone goal in the 52nd minute. Even though they haven’t won since 2022, the Chinthe, who are also making their 14th appearance in the competition, will be eager to kick off their campaign with a victory here.
There have been 12 past conflicts between the sides, with Singapore winning multiple times and losing just two times to Myanmar. In June 2019 international friendly, Myanmar defeated Singapore 2-1. In their last two meetings, Singapore has defeated Myanmar, including a stunning 6-2 victory in the Asia Cup qualifiers in June of this year.