Thailand VS Vietnam LIVE Football Score 16/01/2023
Vietnam will host Thailand in the first leg of the AFF Championship final at the My Ding National Stadium on Friday. Both sides are heading into the match on the back of comfortable victories in their respective semi-final second leg fixtures. The hosts got the better of Indonesia 2-0 on last Monday, while Thailand thrashed Malaysia 3-0, a day later. Vietnam have reached the final of the competition for the fourth time, having won the competition on two occasions. Thailand, meanwhile, are the most successful team in the history of the tournament, having clinched the title six times, while they are also the reigning champions.
Monday’s matchup between Thailand and Vietnam at the Thammasat Stadium in Pathum Thani will determine who will win the 2022-23 AFF Championship. The first leg between the neighbors ended in a 2-2 draw on Friday in Hanoi, the Vietnamese capital, leaving the tie in doubt. Nguyen Tin Linh, a Vietnam hitman, scored the Golden Star Warriors’ first goal, continuing his remarkable competition run. In the second half, the War Elephants came back with goals from Poramet Arjvirai in the 48th minute and Sarach Yooyen 15 minutes later.
V Văn Thanh broke Thai hearts by scoring for Vietnam in the 88th minute and forcing a share of the spoils. Alexandré Pölking’s team was on track for a huge victory. It all comes down to this on Monday, with Vietnam one game away from winning their first title since 2018 and Thailand vying for the AFF Championship. Predicting finals is always difficult, and this one is no exception. Thailand has a strong attacking unit and advantages at home. Vietnam, on the other hand, has set a good example in defense and demonstrated a strong desire to score a late equalizer in the first leg.
Even though the Golden Star Warriors are playing outside of their home country, they cannot be underestimated and may once again challenge Thailand for the title. It might end in a draw once more before Vietnam wins on penalties. Vietnam and Thailand have met 27 times before, with Thailand winning 16 of those games and losing only three. Thailand and Vietnam have played each other twice in the past, drawing 0-0 in December 2021 and 2-2 in January 2023.
Vietnam and Thailand have drawn four of their last five matches. The War Elephants prevailed 2-0 the one time it didn’t. After keeping a clean sheet in all six of their previous matches, Vietnam’s two goals against Thailand were the first of this tournament. In contrast, Thailand has conceded five times throughout the competition. Thailand host Vietnam at the Thammasat Stadium in Pathum Thani on Monday to decide the winner of the 2022-23 AFF Championship.
The neighbors played out a 2-2 draw in the first leg in the Vietnamese capital of Hanoi on Friday, leaving the tie hanging in the balance. Vietnam hitman Nguyễn Tiến Linh continued his incredible run in the competition by scoring the opening goal for the Golden Star Warriors.
The War Elephants fired back in the second half, with Poramet Arjvirai leveling the scores in the 48th minute before Sarach Yooyen put them in front 15 minutes later. Alexandré Pölking’s side were on course for a huge win but Vũ Văn Thanh broke Thai hearts by scoring for Vietnam in the 88th minute and forcing a share of the spoils. It all comes down to this one on Monday, with Thailand looking to retain their AFF Championship crown while Vietnam are one game away from their first title since 2018.
The outcome of the most recent encounter between Thailand and Vietnam was a 2:2 draw. Vietnam failed to win any of the last five games against Thailand, recording four draws and one loss. The visitors have been performing quite well in recent meetings, with the home teams recording only one win in the previous five encounters. The teams were unable to come up with a winner in many of the latest head-to-head meetings, as a draw was the outcome in 4 of the 5 preceding matches. One of the previous five meetings produced over 2.5 goals, and one witnessed goals at both ends. Thailand did not concede in four of those meetings, and Vietnam kept a clean sheet on three occasions. The goalkeepers had to pull the ball out of the net a total of six times for the period.
Thailand recorded a 2:2 draw as visitors in a clash against Vietnam in the AFF Championship played on January 13. The team has not tasted the bitter taste of defeat in two consecutive matches, with a total of one victory and one draw. Regardless of whether hosting or visiting, the teams involved in Thailand’s recent 10 encounters did not gain a considerable advantage. Overall, the hosts claimed 5 victories, while the visitors secured 3 triumphs. Two of the previous 10 games the team took part in ended in draws. Of Thailand’s last five games, three resulted in over 2.5 goals, and three had both teams scoring. During that period, Thailand managed to keep one clean sheet while failing to score in just one match. Based on statistics, their most recent 5 matches ended with an average of 2.80 goals.
Vietnam previously faced Thailand on Friday, and the final score was a 2:2 draw at home. The team is on a run of nine games without losing, boasting five wins and four draws. The home crowd, usually referred to as the “12th player,” has failed to significantly impact Vietnam’s recent ten meetings, as they ended in four home wins and two away wins. When we look at the team’s last five games, we see that two of them ended with more than 2.5 goals, and one witnessed goals at both ends. Vietnam managed to keep four clean sheets and were unable to score in two of those. Goals were hard to come by over the team’s previous five encounters, as the overall number of scored goals totaled 9.