Vietnam vs Malaysia LIVE Football Score 27/12/2022
Malaysia came up against Laos on Saturday, and the encounter ended in a comprehensive 5:0 home triumph. The team is currently on a streak of six consecutive victories. The teams in Malaysia’s latest ten clashes benefited from playing at their own stadiums, as proven by the eight home wins compared to two home losses. During its last ten encounters, the Malaysia players did not register even a single draw. When we look at the team’s last five games, we see that three of them ended with more than 2.5 goals, but none saw both involved nations to score. Malaysia managed to keep five clean sheets and score at least one goal in all matches. The total goals scored across the team’s last five encounters amounted to 15.
My Dinh National Stadium in Hanoi will be the venue of the game between Vietnam and Malaysia that will unfold on Tuesday, as part of the 3rd round of the AFF Championship. Malaysia is on top of the standings in group B of the tournament with 6 points, and Vietnam is in the 2nd position with three points.
The two teams faced off against each other for the last time on December 12, 2021. Back then, the game finished with a score of 3:0 for Vietnam. Vietnam is enjoying a streak of four consecutive wins and has not experienced a defeat in the last six H2H clashes. In the last six direct matches, being the host turned out to be very beneficial. The home team registered four wins and lost just one. Just 1 out of the last 6 encounters between Vietnam and Malaysia resulted in a draw. Two of the last five clashes saw both teams hit the back of the nets, and three featured over two and a half goals. In the meantime, Vietnam managed to keep three clean sheets, while Malaysia conceded goals in all matches. In their last five head-to-head meetings, the opponents scored 12 goals.
The efforts of Vietnam proved enough to secure a big 0:6 victory away from home against Laos in an AFF Championship match played on December 21. The team is riding a two-game winning streak and has been undefeatable for the last three outings. The chants of the home supporters did not affect the outcome of Vietnam’s latest 10 matches, which ended in 4 home wins and 3 away wins. Two of the preceding five Vietnam clashes resulted in over 2.5 goals, with both sides scoring in two of those. Throughout the period, the squad was capable of limiting their opponents to no goals in two meetings, while they were unsuccessful in scoring in just one match. When looking at statistics, we notice that the average number of goals scored during the team’s most recent 5 encounters is 2.80.
Vietnam will host Malaysia at the My Dình National Stadium in Hanoi in the AFF Championship on Tuesday (December 27), looking to build on their spectacular opening game win.
The Golden Star Warriors thrashed a hapless Laos side 6-0 on Wednesday. Goals from Nguyen Tien Linh, Do Hung Dung, Ho Tan Tai, Doan Van Hau, Nguyen Van Toan and Vu Van Thanh helped secture their biggest win of the year. The 2008 and 2018 winners made a statement performance with such a clinical display and will be eager to take another step towards the knockouts.
Meanwhile, 2010 AFF champions Malaysia have won both their games – a 1-0 win over Myanmar followed by a 5-0 thrashing of Laos. With six points in the bag, the Tigers of Malaya are leading Group B and look poised to reach the last four. Vietnam and Malaysia have both been on a great run of form lately and have started their respective AFF Championship campaign on a winning note.
Vietnam will host Malaysia at the My Dình National Stadium in Hanoi for the 2022 AFF Championship on Tuesday, December 27. Our betting experts at Football Arroyo Football Prediction are covering the AFF Mitsubishi Electric Cup 2022 between Vietnam and Malaysia, providing team statistics, match history, and the best betting suggestions for the match.
The Golden Star Warriors thrashed the hapless team from Laos 6-0 on Wednesday. Goals from Nguyen Tien Linh, Do Hung Dung, Ho Tan Tai, Doan Van Hau, Nguyen Van Toan, and Vu Van Thanh helped secure their biggest win of the year.
The 2008 and 2018 winners made a statement with such a clinical display and will be eager to take another step toward knockouts. Meanwhile, 2010 AFF champions Malaysia have won both of their games: a 1-0 win over Myanmar followed by a 5-0 thrashing of Laos. With six points in the bag, the Malaya Tigers lead Group B and look set to reach the last four.
Vietnam has won the last 4 games against Malaysia, including the last one here 3-0, so even though Malaysia is also in good form, I still think the host should be able to win here by a minimum of 1 goal difference.