Malta vs Estonia Betting Tips and Prediction

Malta vs Estonia Betting Tips and Prediction
June 8, 2022

Malta vs Estonia Betting Tips and Prediction

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After both teams opened the season with victories, Malta and Estonia will face off in their second UEFA Nations League match on Thursday.

Both teams started with victory over San Marino and will compete for the top spot in League D2.

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Malta vs Estonia Betting  odds

Team Bet365 Betway 1xbet
Malta 2.60 2.54 2.48
Estonia 2.90 2.81 3.08

Malta vs Estonia Tip  and Prediction

Malta just missed out on promotion to League C for the 2020 UEFA Nations League campaign, owing to a sluggish start in which they only managed two points from their first three games.

Back-to-back victories were insufficient to secure first place, and Devis Mangia’s team ended second with nine points, before the Knights of Malta only managed one win in ten attempts in World Cup Qualifying.

They then played their first games of 2022 in March, winning 1-0 and 2-0 against Azerbaijan and Kuwait, respectively, before returning to action in early June with a match against Venezuela, which they eventually lost 1-0 as Salomon Rondon scored the game’s only goal in the second half.

Following that defeat, Mangia’s side began their new Nations League campaign with a trip to San Marino, where they won 2-0 with to goals from Jan Busuttil and Matthew Guillaumier in the second half.

Malta will try to take a lead over Estonia with a crucial second win on Thursday, since only the top team in the three-team group earns advancement after four games.

After a five-game winless streak, the visitors began their campaign with a win over San Marino, which culminated in a Nations League relegation playoff against Cyprus in March.

After finishing bottom of their League C group, the Sinisargid entered a two-legged playoff and were defeated 2-0 on the road after a stalemate at home, sealing their relegation to the second tier.

They were able to get back on track at the start of the new season, beating San Marino 2-0 in Tallinn, with goals from Robert Kirss and Joonas Tamm in the first half.

On Sunday, Thomas Haberli’s team played Argentina in an International Friendly, and they were thrashed by the Albiceleste captain Lionel Messi, who scored all five goals in a hammering in Spain. Looking to avenge their severe defeat, the Sinisargid will seek a second consecutive continental victory to move clear atop the group.


Despite the fact that the loss of Belgium’s top scorer, Lukaku, was a terrible blow, the football gods should not have chosen such a boring encounter between two sides whose defining traits are rooted in the final third. Against a makeshift Wales XI, Poland would have expected a larger margin of victory, and with Martinez rallying his Belgian side to respond, we have hope for the world’s second-ranked nation to get back on track.