The Singapore National team will face Palestine in the upcoming World Cup qualifiers on 4th June in King Fahd international stadium, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia at approximately 2 am SGT.
Singapore currently sits third in the table with 7 points, 4 away from table-toppers Saudi Arabia. The Lions will have to give their 100 percent effort in the upcoming matches to leave each game with three points in order to have a good chance of proceeding to the next stage.
Palestine is currently fifth in the group with just four points after picking up a win against Uzbekistan and a draw against Saudi Arabia back in 2019.
In preparation for the upcoming matches, Singapore had faced Afghanistan in a friendly game which ended evenly with a score of
1-1 thanks to goals from Gabriel Quak from Singapore, and Zubayr Amiri from Afghanistan, who had scored the winner in the last kick of the game.
Palestine's most recent game was against Saudi Arabia in March this year. The Saudi Arabians thumped Palestine 5-0 as they left the stadium with all three points.
Palestine vs Singapore Head-to-Head
Singapore has faced Palestine a total of 6 times having won 4 games out of the 6 games played, with the remaining 2 games being a draw and a loss.
Palestine form guide: W-W-W-W-L
Singapore form guide: L-L-L-W-D
Palestine vs Singapore team news
There is no reported news about any injuries.
Ikhsan Fandi is expected to be ruled out due to a knee injury. The team’s skipper, Hariss Harun, will also miss the upcoming games due to personal reasons.
Shawal Anuar and Idraki Adnan were left out of the squad that faced Afghanistan as precautions.
Injured: Ikhsan Fandi
Doubtful: Idraki Adnan & Shawal Anuar
Other reasons: Hariss Harun
Palestine vs Singapore Predicted XI
Palestine Predicted XI (4-3-3): Tawfiq Ali (GK), Yaser Hamed, Ahmed Qatmish, Mohammed Saleh, Islam Batran, Oday Kharoub, Sameh Maraaba, Mahmoud Abu Warda, Mus’ab Al-Batat, Tamer Seyam, Mousa Basheer Mousa Farawi.
Singapore Predicted XI (4-3-3): Izwan Mahbud (GK), Nazrul Nazari, Madhu Mohana, Irfan Fandi, Shakir Hamzah, M. Anumanthan, Shahdan Sulaiman, Yasir Hanapi, Gabriel Quak, Hafiz Nor, Ilhan Fandi.
Palestine vs Singapore Prediction
Singapore’s record against Palestine has been near-perfect throughout their 6 meetings with only a draw and a loss against Palestine. This should be a game Singapore should look forward to winning in
order to continue to have a chance to qualify to the next stage.
Prediction: Palestine 0-2 Singapore