Malta vs Romania Prediction & Tips
Malta is ranked fourth in Group F, with a point over Norway, due to its own victory with the Faroe Islands.
If we were to take into account the ranking, the match was announced in a balanced way, even in the face of any result.
In fact, Malta is a modest team that can not claim in this group except with Faroe.
He succumbed to both Spain and Sweden 0-2 and 0-3 respectively.
It relies heavily on players in the domestic championship, from Hibernians, Valletta or Birkirkara.
The only players in foreign championships are Olhanense Muscat defender and Crawley striker Luke Gambin.
Michael Mifsud, who has 138 national team matches and 41 goals scored, holds the record.
Practically Mifsud is the only player that should be afraid of tricolori in this match.
In the previous match played on his own against Spain, he had only 20% possession of the balloon and only reached the Iberian gate twice.
Romania comes after a good result in Oslo, 2-2 with Norway, the equalizing goal being scored in the second minute of the extensions.
Cosmin Contra announced 6 changes in the first 11 compared to the previous match, the game formula being clearly one offensive.
Nicusor Bancu will appear in the left flank instead of Alin Tosca, who had an unconvincing performance with Norway.
Dragos Grigore’s place – suspended, will be taken by Iulian Cristea, defender FCSB.
In the middle of the field will be Tudor Baluta, Alex Maxim and Ianis Hagi, who will replace Anton, Stanciu and Grozav.
Contra will play with two “trade” strikers, Keseru and Tucudean, who will be served with useful passages by Ianis Hagi.
Malta – Romania FREE TIPS
Romania- Win @ 1.25
Both teams to score / YES @ 1.80
Over 2.5 Goals @ 1.90