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Vietnam vs Malaysia preview: Why Vietnam will be much stronger than previous clash vs Thailand?

Vietnam vs Malaysia preview: Why Vietnam will be much stronger than previous clash vs Thailand?

Let us come to the latest team news, preview as well as predictions ahead of clash between Vietnam vs Malaysia in group G of 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier (AFC).

VFF and VPF have decided to change the schedule for round 25 V. League 2019 to help Vietnam have more time to prepare for the 2022 World Cup Qualifier.

According to the V.League 2019 schedule, all matches of the round 25 will take place on October 6th, which makes Hanoi FC and Vietnam face a lot of difficulties. Specifically, the capital team must not return to Hanoi until October 5 after the regional final in North Korea. Meanwhile, the Vietnamese team only has 2 days to prepare for the match against Malaysia.

To resolve these issues, VFF and VPF agreed to postpone the 25th round scheduled from October 6th to October 19th, while round 26th (the last round) will be held on October 22th or 23rd. The optimal plan of VFF will help Vietnam team and coach Park Hang Seo have 17 days to prepare for the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifier on October.

Changing the round 25th makes V-League 2019 ending later, but this plan will not affect the preparation time for the SEA Games. Based on the results of Hanoi in the AFC Cup 2019 and the National Cup, the schedule of the National Cup finals is also changed flexibly, ensuring the time fund for Vietnam U22 to prepare for the SEA Games 30th.

Earlier, General Secretary of the Vietnam Football Federation Le Hoai Anh said that the Vietnamese team will meet briefly in Hanoi from September 23 to September 30. But with the V.League rescheduling, coach Park Hang Seo was able to extend this focus to the time of the match against Malaysia in My Dinh.

However, Hanoi FC players such as Nguyen Quang Hai, Pham Duc Huy, Do Hung Dung, Nguyen Van Kien ... will not focus on the short term due to busy competition in the regional AFC Cup final with April 25 Club (North Korea). ) on September 25 and October 2. In addition, three names competing in foreign countries Dang Van Lam, Nguyen Cong Phuong and Doan Van Hau also could not return to the army, because this concentration was not part of FIFA Days.

In the third match of World Cup 202 qualifying round, Vietnam will face Malaysia at 18:00 on 10/10 on My Dinh stadium

At the AFF Suzuki Cup 2018, Vietnam met Malaysia 3 times, in which Vietnam won 2 matches (2-0 and 1-0), 1 draw with the score 2-2 in Bukit Jalil.