Philippines VS Guam LIVE STREAM

Philippines VS Guam LIVE STREAM starting on 11 Jun 2021 at 14:00 UTC . The match is a part of the World Cup Qualification, AFC, Round 2, Gr. A.

Philippines suffered a 5-2 defeat to Syria in their Group A opener in September 2019 but then picked up seven points from their next three fixtures against Guam, China and Maldives to leave themselves in a strong position.

The goalless draw with China was an indication of their credentials, and they were firmly in the mix for a top-two spot at that point, but their last two results have been damaging, losing 1-0 to Syria in November 2019 before suffering a 2-0 defeat to China on Monday.

Philippines are now third in the section, six points behind second-placed China, who have a vastly superior goal difference, meaning that only an incredible set of circumstances would see them finish second. Cooper’s team are only one point clear of fourth-placed Maldives, meanwhile, meaning that poor results in their next two fixtures would almost certainly see them finish in fourth spot in the section.

Philippines will be looking to make it five straight wins over Guam and record their second victory over them in this section, having claimed a 4-1 success in the reverse clash in September 2019. Philippines played against Guam in 2 matches this season. Currently, Philippines rank 3rd, while Guam hold 5th position.

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MATCH INFO

Philippines VS Guam LIVE

Start date: 11 Jun 2021 14:05 UTC
Location:  Sharjah
Venue: Sharjah Stadium

POSSIBLE STARTING LINEUPS:

Philippines possible starting lineup:
Schipmann, Reichelt, De Murga, Tabinas, Kempter; Gayoso, Ott, Schrock, Bias; Hartmann; Guirado

Guam possible starting lineup:
Jaye; Lee, Nicklaw, Evans, Lagutang; Sato, Lee, Chargualaf; Aguigui, Cunliffe, Matkin

Team News

Philippines midfielder Kenshiro Daniels was forced off during his team’s defeat to China on Monday, meaning that Jarvey Gayoso could come in for a start against Guam. Angel Guirado, who has found the back of the net on 10 occasions at international level, is again likely to feature in the final third of the field with support from Mark Hartmann. Philippines have a lot of international experience in the middle of the park, and there should be another position in the side for the captain Stephan Schrock.

As for Guam, Jason Cunliffe is comfortably the leading goalscorer in the squad with 22, and the 37-year-old, who is also the captain, should lead the line on Monday.

Clayton Sato plays his football for United States college side San Francisco State Gators, and the 21-year-old could be given another chance to impress in this match.


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