Malta Football Association
Malta arrive in Torshavn ahead of Faroe Islands’ qualifier
Oct 13, 2019
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PHOTO: Domenic Aquilina/MFA
PHOTO: Domenic Aquilina/MFA

The Malta squad arrived in Faroe Islands on Sunday afternoon with the chartered Air Malta flight touching down at Vagar Airport just after 5 p.m. (Malta time).

Malta coach Ray Farrugia has brought a squad of 23 players to Torshavn ahead of Tuesday’s EURO 2020 Group F qualifier against Faroe Islands at Torsvollur.


The squad will have their official training session on Monday evening, starting at 6.30pm (Malta time) while Faroe Islands are due to train at Torsvollur in the morning.


Malta have three points in Group F going into Tuesday’s encounter after beating the Faroe Islands 2-1 in the opening Group F qualifier on March 23. Faroe Islands are still without a point in the group.


Both teams are coming from a defeat in their last outing with Malta going down 4-0 to Sweden at the National Stadium on Saturday and Faroe Islands losing 3-0 at home to Romania.




Henry Bonello (Valletta); Justin Haber (Gżira United); Andrew Hogg (Birkirkara).


Andrei Agius, Ferdinando Apap, Joseph Mbong (all Hibernians); Steve Borg, Jonathan Caruana, Joseph Zerafa (all Valletta); Karl Micallef (Ħamrun Spartans); Zach Muscat (SC Olhanense, Portugal); Jurgen Pisani (Floriana); Kurt Shaw (Sliema Wanderers).


Triston Caruana (Ħamrun Spartans); Paul Fenech (Balzan); Jake Grech, Dunstan Vella (both Hibernians); Nikolai Muscat (Gżira United); Rowen Muscat (Valletta).


Alfred Effiong (Balzan); Luke Gambin (Colchester United, England); Michael Mifsud (Birkirkara); Kyrian Nwoko (Valletta).

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