Maldives – Bhutan Today’s Soccer Prediction
Maldives ranked No. 3 in qualifying group D, three points accumulated in five stages, goal 4-19. The only success came with Bhutan, 2-0. Otherwise, quite painful defeats, including a 1-8 against Palestine. He has never managed to qualify for the Asian Cup ever, but we have a 0-0 on home ground against South Korea in the 2006 World Cup qualifiers.
For a national who is battling with “fierce” opponents like Pakistan, Laos or Bangladesh, the Maldives are not really bad when it comes to home parties. That’s when he lost both, 0-3 with Palestine and 1-3 with Oman.
Bhutan is logically the last in the group, with no points in five stages, goal 2-32. If things go home on a decent fagas due to the unfolding conditions, the little state is in horror – 0-14 with Oman and 0-10 with Palestine. However, qualification in the third stage of the preliminaries is a performance, Bhutan passing Bangladesh, 0-0 away and 3-1 on home ground.
Although they often suffer such defeats, let’s not forget the Sri Lanka victory in 2015, the first after 12 laps lost.
The two nationalities met in the World Cup qualifiers, and the Maldives won both sides, 4-3, outside, and 4-2 on their own. It’s sometimes fun to watch football players in Bhutan, because a good part does not exceed 1.70 inches, and there’s no good place on the ground. Sure, the Maldives do not shine at this, but at home, the climate helps enormously to put pressure on opponents. Where applicable. Tuesday, we’ll see a rain of gaps.
Prediction of the Day: Maldives – Bhutan Over 4.5 Goals