Malta v Ukraine Match Preview & Best Odds

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Malta v Ukraine Match Preview & Best Odds

Kick-off: 7.45 UK Time, Tuesday 17th October 2023

 

Ukraine are sitting hot on the heels of Italy in Group C and having brushed aside North Macedonia to the tune of 2-0 in their last Euro 2024 qualifier, confidence will be high ahead of their meeting with group minnows Malta.

Ukraine have enjoyed a solid Euro 2024 qualifying campaign with wins in three of their five outings thus far as well as a single draw and two defeats. Sergiy Rebrov’s side brushed aside North Macedonia last time out in what was a hugely important result for the Blue and Yellow and as things stand they sit in third position in the group, just behind Italy on account of their head-to-head results, albeit with the Azzurri having played one game less.

Ukraine’s fate won’t be decided this week but victory here would certainly do their campaign no harm whatsoever. Nevertheless, should Ukraine fail to beat Malta, this would be enough to ensure that the Three Lions qualify with a win over Italy while victory for the victory would also knock North Macedonia out of contention for a top-two finish. The Ukrainians should also have little difficulty adding to the scoreline here, especially so since they have scored in each of their last six games. The visitors aren’t the most secure defensively with two or more goals leaked in each of their last four on the road in the qualifiers and it took a penalty to see them past Malta in the reverse fixture, however the likelihood is that they will overcome the home side with relative ease here.

Malta have yet to collect a single point in their Euro 2024 qualifying campaign with just one goal scored and fifteen conceded along the way. Any resistance from the home side will likely be futile here, especially since they will be without the services of Jodi Jones and Teddy Teuma due to injury and we envisage another defeat-to-nil awaiting the hosts as Ukraine keep their hopes of a top two finish alive and well.

 

Back Ukraine to win 2-0 at best odds of 19/4