Valletta will be hoping to return to winning ways on Wednesday as they take on Mosta in one of three BOV Premier League matches in programme at the Hibernians Stadium and Centenary Stadium.
Birkirkara face Balzan and Senglea Athletic meet Gudja United in the other two matches.
In the first match at the Hibernians Stadium, Birkirkara target a fourth consecutive win from the clash with Balzan. The Stripes registered four wins from the last five matches and a win on Wednesday would put them in seventh place with Floriana. Balzan, on the other hand, are currently fourth from bottom on 11 points after failing to win any of their last six matches.
In the second match, Valletta seek maximum points from the clash with Mosta after disappointing in recent outings. They suffered back-to-back defeats to Tarxien and Floriana. They won just one match from the last eight matches. Mosta are currently joint-fifth, four points ahead of the Citizens, after claiming maximum points from the last four matches, defeating Santa Lucia, Senglea, Floriana and Tarxien.
At the Centenary Stadium, Gudja United could move fourth should they beat Senglea Athletic. Jesmond Zammit’s side defeated Balzan 3-2 in their last outing following a draw with Valletta and a defeat to Birkirkara. Senglea, on the other hand, are still chasing their first win, earning their only two points so far in draws.
All matches are being played behind closed doors. but fans are able to watch games thanks to the live-streaming service being offered by the Malta Football Association at https://live.mfa.com.mt/ apart from the usual two weekly matches which are broadcast on TVM 2 and/or TSN.