How to Watch Syria vs Thailand Live Online Streams International Friendly Free Score Worldwide TV Info 25.03.2023
Watch Syria vs Thailand Live Online Streams International Friendly Free Score Worldwide TV Info
The Syria vs Thailand live updates coverage, stream information, score and result online, prediction, TV channel, lineups and time of the Friendly Match 2023. Match will start at 14:00 PM ET on March 25th 2023.
Syria and Thailand are facing each other in an international friendly match at the Rashid Stadium in Dubai on Saturday.
Kasiun Eagles are starting preparations for the 2023 AFC Asian Cup, after qualifying for next year’s showpiece.
The Middle Eastern side have won seven of their eight qualifying matches and are ahead of China, Philippines, Maldives and Guam with 21 points out of a possible 24.
However, their form has dipped significantly since then, winning just one of their 10 FIFA World Cup 2022 qualifying matches and losing their last six matches in a row.
Syria need to regain their mojo and head coach Hector Cuper has called up 24 players for their friendlies against Thailand and Bahrain this month, including veteran midfielder Mahmoud Al-Mawas.
He has earned 85 caps for the team and needs one more to become one of the top three appearance makers of all time.
Thailand will also feature in next year’s Asian Cup final in Qatar, finishing second in their third-round group with six points from two games.
The War Elephants won the 2022 AFF Championship by defeating Vietnam 3-2 on aggregate in the final.
Coach Alexander Polking has named 24 players for their friendlies against Syria and the United Arab Emirates this month, but veteran striker Terasil Dangda is missing.
There are three uncapped players in the squad.
Head to head Syria vs Thailand and key figures
- Thailand have never lost to Syria in their last five meetings, winning four.
- Thailand and Syria last met in June 2016 for an international friendly which ended in a 2-2 draw.
- Thailand are unbeaten in their last three matches and have lost just once in their last eight.
- Syria have lost their last six matches (excluding an unofficial friendly against Algeria A).
- Thailand have managed to score just once in their last eight matches (1-0 loss to Malaysia).
Syria vs Thailand Prediction
Syria will be looking to surpass their best performance and will need a special performance to recreate the form that saw them struggle in the Asian Cup qualifiers.
Thailand, meanwhile, are in great form and even without Dangda leading, they should be able to see off their Middle Eastern opponents.
What time is the Syria vs Thailand Friendly Match?
This is the kick-off time of the match in several countries:
Argentina: 15:00 PM,
Bolivia: 15:00 PM.
Brasil: 15:00 PM.
Chile: 14:00 PM.
Colombia: 13:00 AM.
Ecuador: 13:00 AM.
USA (ET): 15:00 PM.
Spain: 19:00 PM,
Mexico: 13:00 AM.
Paraguay: 15:00 PM.
Peru: 15:00 PM.
Uruguay: 15:00 PM.
Venezuela: 14:00 AM.
Watch out for this player in Thailand
Teresil Dangda was the AFF Championship’s top scorer with six goals, tied with Vietnamese Tien Ling, but the Thai had two more assists. The 34-year-old striker, who plays for Pathum United, has 10 goals and two assists this season.
Watch out for this player in Syria
Alaa Al Dali, the Fatua striker who has scored five goals this season. He played 13 games with his national team, scoring two goals and making three assists. Both goals were in World Cup qualifiers.
How does Thailand arrive?
It comes after the Thai national team defeated Vietnam in the final to win the 2023 AFF Championship. After a perfect group stage where they drew against Indonesia and dropped just two points. Had to come from behind to lose 1–0 to Malaysia in the first leg of the semi-finals;
How does Syria arrive?
Syria reached this year in 2022 after playing a total of eight friendlies where they lost all but the narrowest win against Tajikistan. Qatar were kicked out of the World Cup after they finished the third round in fifth place with six points, and only the top two teams went through directly and the third went to the fourth round;
Twice Syria and Thailand have met, both times in friendlies and both games ended in draws. The last time they met was in 2016 in a friendly that ended in a 2-2 draw, but then they went to a penalty shootout and Thailand won 7-6. They tied in another clash in 2009.
Venue: The match will be held at the Shabab Al Ahli Stadium, which was inaugurated in 2008 and has a capacity of 10,000 spectators.