International Friendly Thailand vs Bahrain Match 31 May 2022

Thailand vs Bahrain

Thailand vs Bahrain International Friendly match 31 May 2022 on Tuesday at BG Stadium Thanyaburi, Pathum Thani.

Thailand vs Bahrain. Both teams. Less than 2.5 goals ; Thailand. No losses ; Bahrain. Without clean sheet.

The two International Friendly teams have met each other ten times across competitions. The fixture has been evenly contested, with half the meetings ending in draws.Thailand and Bahrain will go head to head in an international friendly on Tuesday as both nations prepare for their Asian Cup qualification fixtures.

The most recent time when Thailand and Bahrain locked horns, the game finished with the score of 1:1. The two nations took on each other on the 5th of June 2015. In the first period of the meeting the teams failed to produce anything significant in front of goal. As the second half started Thailand took the lead after a brilliant long range attempt, but shortly after Bahrain scored the equaliser. A penalty was awarded to Bahrain in the 87th minute, which they failed to convert into a goal.

Thailand’s last game ended in a win at home versus Turkmenistan with the score after the final whistle being 1:0. The nation is currently on a streak of three consecutive victories and have not seen defeat for their last ten matches. Thailand’s performance has not been greatly affected by the factor of playing at home or away in their last 10 encounters. These resulted in 5 home triumphs and 3 away wins. The squad finished in draws in only 2 of the preceding 10 meetings. Two of Thailand’s last five clashes featured over 2.5 goals, with both sides hitting the targets in one of them. During these the team was successful in maintaining four clean sheets, and they scored at least a single goal in all cases. When looking at statistics, we notice that the average number of goals scored during their most recent 5 outings is 2.40.

Thailand vs Bahrain Team News
Thanawat Suengchitthawon was with the U-23 team at the recently concluded SEA games and has not been included in the squad for the friendlies. Chanathip Songkrasin is injured, so he is in the squad for this game.

Thailand (4-2-3-1): Kawin Thamsatchanan (GK); Suphanan Bureerat, Weerathep Pomphan, Chalermsak Aukkee, Tristan Do; Tanaboon Keserat, Chaowat Weerachart; Pathompol Charoenattanapirom, Worachit Kanitsribampen, Picha Autra; Adisak Kraisom.

Bahrain (4-4-2): Sayed Shubbar Alawi (GK); Ahmed Bughammar, Abbas Ayyad, Abdul Al Shaikh, Waleed Al Hayam; Haram Ali, Mohamed Abdulwahab, Ibrahim Al Khatal, Abdulwahab Al Malood; Abdullah Al Hashash, Mahdi Abduljabbar.

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