Maldives will square off against Bhutan in their first game of the SAFF Championship on Thursday evening at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium in Bangalore, Karnataka. Maldives are placed in Group B in the SAFF C’ships along with Bhutan, Bangladesh and Lebanon.
Maldives have shown great composure in their last couple of matches as they won over Sri Lanka 1-0 in the third round of the qualifiers for the AFC Asian Cup. Post that win, they won once more against Pakistan in a friendly match held at the Laamu Gan Zone Stadium.
Coming into the SAFF Championship, Bhutan faced neighbours Nepal and Laos. They had to face a 2-1 defeat against Laos at the Dashrath Rangasala in Nepal. But they bounced back well as they managed to draw the game against Nepal at the same venue.
SAFF Championships: Maldives vs Bhutan
The two teams have squared off eight times and Maldives have a 100 per cent win record against Bhutan, winning all the games played.
When and where will the Maldives vs Bhutan, SAFF Championships 2023 match take place?
The SAFF Championship match between Maldives and Bhutan will take place on Thursday, June 22 at 7:30 pm IST at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium in Bengaluru, Karnataka.
Where to watch the live telecast of the Maldives vs Bhutan, SAFF Championships 2023 match in India?
The SAFF Championships 2023 match between Maldives and Bhutan will be live telecast on Star Sports Network in India.
Where to watch the live stream of the Maldives vs Bhutan, SAFF Championships 2023 match in India?
The SAFF Championships 2023 match between Maldives and Bhutan will be live streamed on Disney+Hotstar for subscribers in India.
Where to catch live scores of the Maldives vs Bhutan, SAFF Championships match in India?
SportsTiger website and app will provide you with live scores and live updates of all the SAFF Championships in India.
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