Maltese Girls Eye Historic Promotion in UEFA Nations League Women Clash with Moldova

Today marks a pivotal moment for the Maltese girls’ football team as they gear up for their fifth match in the UEFA Nations League Women’s League C, with their sights set on securing historic promotion to League B. The upcoming face-off against Moldova carries significant weight, as a victory would elevate Malta to a new echelon in women’s football.

Moldova currently finds itself at the bottom of the group with just one point, providing the Maltese team with a golden opportunity to clinch promotion. In the UEFA Nations League thus far, the Maltese girls have showcased outstanding performances, winning all four of their matches. Notably, goalkeeper Janice Xuereb has maintained an impeccable record by not conceding a single goal.

TA QALI, MALTA SEPTEMBER 26: Malta national women soccer team player Hayley Bugeja L in action during the UEFA Womens Nations League, League C, Group C1 soccer match between Malta and Moldova at the Centenary Stadium. (Photo Guliver Image)

The goal-scoring prowess of the Maltese team has been exemplified by their netting of an impressive 11 goals, with Haley Bugeja, a forward from Inter Women, contributing eight to the tally. In their previous encounter on home soil, Malta secured a 2-0 victory over Moldova, setting a positive precedent for today’s crucial match.

The highly anticipated clash against Moldova is scheduled to kick off at 15:00, with the live broadcast available on TVMnews+. The Maltese girls will aim to capitalize on their recent successes and solidify their position in the promotion race.

Looking ahead, the final commitment for the Maltese girls in the UEFA Nations League Women will take place in Malta as they face Latvia at Ta’ Qali. The team’s remarkable journey in the league has captivated fans, and the potential for historic promotion adds an extra layer of excitement to this significant phase of their campaign.

Who will win Friday's Nations League clash between MOLDOVA (W) and MALTA (W)?

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