Malta vs Andorra Prediction & Tips
Malta must win its last two UEFA Nations League (UNL) matches, and also expect results in its favor, if it wants to achieve promotion to League C. The good news is that it comes to this match dragging its longest unbeaten streak since 2002 (W3, E2), in a string of matches that has seen four games not conceded – if they keep their goal unbeaten in this clash, then Malta will break the national all-time record.
Having achieved three 1-1 draws in their last four home matches (P1) does not leave a good reading, but it should be noted that Malta has won their last two games in this venue without conceding goals against, leading at halftime and scoring both halves – both were friendly. It is worth noting that he did not do any of that in either of the two previous games he has played against Andorra (E2).
Andorra is in last place in the group and has no chance of promotion anymore, so it will only play for its pride. They have yet to win a UNL clash in their history (E6, P4) and have scored goals in only two of the ten matches so far. However, he hasn’t conceded many goals in this competition – he’s conceded only four times in his last six UNL games, but was always scored before min. 35 in those games.
It will not be a surprise to learn that Andorra have never won an international match when they receive goals against. Of his seven international victories, four were by a score of 1-0 and the other three were by 2-0.
Players to watch: Malta’s top scorer in history (42 goals) and the most capped player in the national team (143), Michael Mifsud, retired from international football after his country’s midweek game. Kyrian Nwoko will hope to fill the void that his presence means and will look to score his fourth international goal in this match; the previous three were the first goals of the match at this stadium.
The last time Andorra scored a goal in an away game was in November 2019. Both goals on that day came from Cristian Martínez, who is also their top scorer in the current squad (five goals).
Highlight: Andorra have failed to score in 28 of their last 29 away matches.
Malta – Andorra FREE TIPS
Malta – Win @ 1.75
Both teams to score / YES @ 1.80
Over 2.5 Goals @ 1.90