Malaysia vs Jordan Live Streaming TV Channels, Kick off and Team News

Malaysia and Jordan are both eager to kick off their Asian Cup campaigns with a triumph as they face each other at Al Janoub Stadium on Monday.

This marks Malaysia’s return to Asia’s premier continental tournament since 2007, whereas Jordan, a more seasoned participant, has featured in four of the last five Asian Cups.

Malaysia enters Group E as the underdogs, with South Korea heavily favored to top the group. However, with three teams advancing from four of the six groups, both nations stand a chance of reaching the knockout stages, especially considering Bahrain is also in their group.

Having the advantage of facing lower-ranked teams before the final group game against South Korea, Malaysia eyes two victories to secure a spot in the last 16. Even three or four points would significantly enhance their chances of progressing from the group stage for the first time in their history.

This Asian Cup marks the first qualification for the Malayan Tigers since 1980, as they automatically reached the 2007 edition as co-hosts. Former Hong Kong boss Kim Pan-gon, now in charge, has become a popular figure in Malaysia. However, he faces an intriguing matchup against his home country on the final matchday.

Malaysia’s recent results have been commendable, with only Tajikistan managing to defeat them since a 3-0 loss to Thailand over a year ago. This positive form instills genuine belief that Malaysia can spring a surprise against Jordan on Monday (DDLLWL).

Malaysia vs Jordan Live Streaming TV Channels

You can watch Malaysia vs Jordan Live Stream in various TV Channels around the world.

In the United States, viewers can catch the tournament on CBS Sports and Paramount+ since they hold the broadcasting rights.

Australian fans can stay tuned to Network 10 to witness their nation in action, creating heightened anticipation.

Japan, considered among the top contenders, has TV Ashahi and DAZN as channels for fans to follow the tournament.

For Indian audiences, Sports18 will broadcast the games, and in Australia, Paramount ANZ will provide coverage of the exciting sports events.

Team News

All of Malaysia’s squad play in their domestic league, except Dion Cools, with Buriram United in Thailand, and Junior Eldstal of Dewa United in Indonesia.

Faisal Halim, Safawi Rasid, and Akhyar Rashid, all in double figures for goals, suggest they could form a potent front three for Malaysia.

Jordan’s goal-scoring responsibility will likely rest on all-time leading goalscorer Hamza Al-Dardour, who has scored 35 goals in 121 caps. However, they also have Yazan Al-Namat and Musa Al-Taamari, both in double figures.

Al-Taamari, who scored three goals for Montpellier in Ligue 1, is considered Jordan’s most talented player.

Possible Starting Lineups

Malaysia: Hazmi; Davies, Eldstal, Cools; Hanapi, Fazail, Wilkin, Corbin-Ong; Halim, Rasid, Akhyar.

Jordan: Abu Laila; Nasib, Al-Arab, Al-Ajalin; Haddad, Rashdan, Al-Rawabdeh, Al Mardhi; Al-Taamari, Al-Naimat, Olwan.

As Malaysia seeks to upset the odds and Jordan aims for a strong start, the clash promises an intriguing battle at Al Janoub Stadium.

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