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📺 Watch 𝗟𝗜𝗩𝗘 👉: Malaysia vs Bangladesh Live Stream

📺 Watch 𝗟𝗜𝗩𝗘 👉: Malaysia vs Bangladesh Live Stream

Malaysia and Bangladesh will lock horns at the Bukit Jalil Stadium in Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday in the 2023 Asia Cup qualifiers.

The Malayan Tigers are second in Group E with three points. A win in their final home game will be enough to keep their qualification hopes alive.

Follow game Malaysia vs Bangladesh live coverage, stream information, score online, prediction, TV channel, lineups preview, start date and result updates of the Asian Cup Qualification on June 14th 2022. Kick-off start time: 09:00 ET.

They started their campaign with a 3-1 defeat of Turkmenistan but lost 2-1 to Bahrain on Saturday. That put the Middle Eastern team at the top of the table with a 100% record, with Kim Pan-gon's side just ahead of Turkmenistan on goal difference.

Bangladesh, meanwhile, will be eliminated from the race for next year's showpiece if they fail to win, as they sit rock bottom without a single point.

A 2-0 defeat to Bahrain was followed by a 2-1 loss against Turkmenistan in their next game. The Malayan Tigers relinquished their lead against Bahrain and will need to shore up their defence to avoid another collapse.

Shahrul Saad could be recalled into the starting lineup, and his experience could prove vital in keeping Bangladesh at bay.

At the other end, Safawi Rasid could be reinstated into the starting XI to bolster the attack. Coach Javier Cabrera could give Mahbubur Rahman Sufil a chance to lead the line, while Sohel Rana might start in midfield.

Malaysia will take on Bangladesh in an AFC Asian Cup qualifying match today at the Bukit Jalil National Stadium, and it is anticipated that a large crowd will show up for the game. As usual with big football matches, Rapid KL will cater to fans with extended LRT operation hours.

The rail operator says LRT Ampang/Sri Petaling Line operations from the Bukit Jalil LRT station will be extended tonight. The last train heading to Sentul Timur will leave Bukit Jalil at 12.03 am, while the last train in the direction of Putra Heights will depart Bukit Jalil at 12.44 am.

Aside from the extended hours, Rapid KL will deploy more trains to ferry departing fans after the match. From the LRT Ampang/Sri Petaling Line, one can switch to LRT Kelana Jaya Line at Masjid Jamek, and to the MRT Kajang Line at Plaza Rakyat.

As for the game itself, Malaysia’s fate is not entirely in our hands, as we still need to depend on results from the other Group E match between Bahrain and Turkmenistan, as well as results from other groups. Harimau Malaya is currently fifth in the ranking of second-placed teams across six groups. Group winners and the five best runners-up will qualify for next year’s Asian Cup. We’ll need to do our best and keep our fingers crossed. Come on, boys.

Malaysia vs Bangladesh Prediction

With Bangladesh lacking genuine quality and all but eliminated from the qualifiers, Malaysia have a great chance to make up for their earlier loss by sealing all three points here. bfdhfthyuh