Malta U21 vs Hungary U21 PREVIEW & PREDICTION 12/10/2018

Malta U21 and Hungary U21 meet at MFA Centenary Stadium, in a match for this phase of the UEFA Under-21 Championship (Qualifying Round).

Malta U21:

The team arrives at this stage of the UEFA Under-21 Championship (Qualifying Round) after having finished the group stage in the 6th position of Group 6, with 0 points won. In the last 8 UEFA U21 Championship matches, U21 has 8 losses.

For this competition, it records a sequence of 8 defeats in its last matches. Their defense has not been very strong, since they have suffered at least one goal in each of the last 8 matches for this competition. In their matches there is a tendency for goals, since 7 of the last 8 matches for this competition have ended with Over 2,5 goals. This is a team that usually feels very difficult to score first. In fact, he only opened the scoring once in the last 8 matches for the UEFA Under-21 Championship. In 8 matches in this tournament, he suffered the first goal 7 times and never got the comeback.

The Malta team enters this unmotivated match, after a defeat against Belgium, by 0-4. Of note that Malta lost all the matches played in this competition. The home team usually plays in a traditional 4-3-3, in which the most advanced player is Nwoko, player of Valletta FC. The player responsible for defining and conducting the offensive attacks of his team is number 8 Jake Grech. The coach Silvio Vella can count on the usual players.

Hungary U21:

The team got access to this phase of the UEFA Under 21 Championship (Qualifying Round) after the 4th place won in Group 6, with a total of 11 points. In the last 8 matches they played for the UEFA Under-21 Championship, Hungary U21 won 3, drew 2 and lost 3.

Hungary enter this unmotivated match, after a snub, by 0-3, at the reception in Belgium. It is important to underline that Hungary has three consecutive defeats in this competition. The visiting team presents more individual arguments for this game, so, despite being out of home you can try to control the game. Coach Michael Boris usually plays in a tactical system in 4-3-3, in which the most advanced zone is occupied by Szlai, Varga and Bíró, the latter being the best marker, with 4 goals scored. Without great absences, the coach must play at maximum strength.

PREDICTION: Hungary U21 to win @ 1.57