Watch Malta vs Northern Ireland Live Stream - Sunday 30 May 18:00

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Malta vs N. Ireland - International Friendly Preview, Kick-Off Time & Prediction.

Malta vs. N. Ireland kicks off on Sunday, May 30, 2021 at 17:00 (GMT+1), venue: Wörthersee Stadion.


The last time we saw Malta make an international appearance, it was on the 30th of March, 2021 when they lost to Croatia, 3-0 in a World Cup qualification tie. Goals from Inter Milan’s Ivan Perišić (62’), Madrid’s Luca Modric (76’ P) and Wolfsburg’s Josip Brekalo (90’) went un-replied by Malta as they stumbled to another defeat. It was the second in six international appearances across all competitions: WWDLDL. Coach Devis Mangia – an Italian national has a 36%-win record after managing 11 games: 4W, 4D & 3L. Mangia has been managing the club since 30th of December, 2019 and has picked up victories over Gibraltar (2-0), Latvia (1-0), Andorra (3-1), and Liechtenstein (3-0) since his reign began. After Sunday’s tie, Malta shall welcome Kosovo to the same venue on the 4th of June for another international friendly. The Maltese national team will be rounding off their pre-summer commitments with another tie against Kazakhstan on the 7th of June in Wolfsberg. On Sunday, Devis Mangia will likely adopt a 3—4—3 formation as he looks to add to his tally of victories.


Meanwhile, visitors, N. Ireland haven't won any of their last six games: LLDLLD. The have been in torrid form and the last time they won a tie was on the 14th of October, 2019 when they defeated Czech Republic, 3-2 in an international friendly. On the 31st of March, they picked up a goalless draw against Bulgaria. But before that tie, they had lost twice - against USA [2-0] and against Italy [2-0]. Born in England, Ian Baraclough who spent his youth football days at Leicester City has failed to win a single game: 0W, 4D & 7L ever since he assumed office on the 27th of June 2020. On Sunday, he will see if he can pick his first victory as coach of Northern Ireland. Baraclough has been a huge fan of the conventional 4—4—2 formation and the same shape is expected on Sunday when Northern Ireland lines up against Malta for another international appearance.


The last time both countries met for an international fixture, it ended in a goalless draw. Before that tie, both sides played 1-1 in August, 2005. Four years earlier in October 2001, N. Ireland had won the fixture, 1-0.


A 1-1 draw is predicted at full-time.


Venue: Wörthersee Stadion.

Date: Sunday, May 30, 2021.

Kick-Off Time: 17:00 (GMT+1).

Tournament: International Friendly.





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