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When to Watch Riga FC vs. Malmö FF 07/13/2021

Tuesday, July 13, 2021
When to Watch Riga FC vs. Malmö FF 07/13/2021


When to watch Riga FC vs. Malmö FF 07/13/2021

Latvian champions Riga FC know they will have to come back from 0v1 down when Swedish side Malmo visit the Skonto Stadium on Tuesday.

 

The two teams will face each other in the second leg of the UEFA Champions League qualifiers, with Malmö taking the upper hand after the first leg. 

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Antonio Colak scored the only goal of the match last week, although Riga played 50 minutes with 10 men in the first half after Yonusa Moritala was sent off.


It turned out that Malmö ended up with 65% and scored 22 shots, while Riga scored only one attempt.


Including the national matches, FC Riga have now lost three of their last five matches and scored two wins in the process.


Riga is currently second in Latvia's first division against, two points behind the first-placed RFS and has 32 points on a par with third-placed Valmairas.


With a record of ten wins, two draws and four defeats this season, Riga could fight to defend their title.


It is worth noting that Riga has been involved in a number of low-goal matches recently, with four of the last six having scored exactly one goal.


On the other hand, Malmö FF entered the second leg after an impressive 4v0 win over Sirius in the Swedish first division.


Malmö is at the top of the Allsvenskan standings this season with seven wins, two draws and two defeats.


With 26 goals in 11 matches (2.4 goals per match), Malmo is by far the top scorer in the Swedish First Division.


However, they also conceded 16 goals, thus they have one of the worst defensive records in the league.


Interestingly, Malmö has not drawn in all competitions in the last ten matches (seven wins and three draws).


Head-to-head: Riga and Malmo met for the first time in competition last week, which means we only have to judge one previous match.


It can be said that Malmo completely dominated the first leg, although the ten-man Riga did a good job of limiting the damage.


Team news: Riga will have to dispense with Yonosa Moritala on Tuesday due to a suspension after the striker received a red card in the first leg.


Malmo will be without veteran attacking midfielder Ola Toivonen as the 35-year-old continues to recover from a knee injury.


With Malmö dominating the first leg, he appears to complete the task on Tuesday and advance to the next round.


Forbet expects Malmo to score a low-key win in Riga without conceding a goal.

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