Maldives vs Syria
The home national Maldives will be aiming to build on a 3-1 Victory over Guam when they will be squaring off Syria in today's World Cup qualifier game. Maldives did well to put an end to their four-match losing streak, but despite the triumph, they have slim chances of qualifying for the next year’s showpiece world cup tournament in Qatar. The hosts team face an uphill task in today's clash, but they will surely leave their hearts on the field and win this encounter today. Syria made a flying start to their qualifying campaign by winning their first two opening games.
The Group A leaders are aiming to keep their 100% record intact in the group stages, and we are positive that they will adopt an attack-minded approach today against Maldives Island. Taking everything into consideration, anything but a routine away Victory would be a major surprise to the world of football. A key and very important player to watch in the away team will be Botosani midfielder Mahmoud Al Mawas, who has netted 14 goals in 72 appearances for the Syria national team.
Predictions Maldives Win
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