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16 December 2023
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Valletta vs Mosta
24/11/2019

Matchday 11: Valletta 4 Mosta 0

Valletta registered a most comfortable 4-0 win over Mosta to move second, on level points with Sirens, four behind leaders Floriana. This was the third win in four matches for Darren Abdilla’s side and the third consecutive defeat for the team led by Mark Miller. As expected, Valletta held the initiative right from the...

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Valletta vs Senglea A.
08/11/2019

Matchday 10: Valletta 1 Senglea A 0

A goal by Matteo Piciollo enabled Valletta to return to winning ways as they registered a narrow win over Senglea Athletic. Valletta were a better side during the first half and although they retained an edge over their opponents, Senglea improved during the second half, creating their fair share of scoring opportunities. While this...

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Valletta vs Sirens
03/11/2019

Matchday 09: Valletta 0 Sirens 0

Champions Valletta missed the chance to bridge the gap with Premier League pacesetters when they were held to a goalless draw by Sirens. Buoyed by back-to-back wins, expectations were high among the City fans that the team could claim an other win but the match turned out to be an acid test for the...

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Valletta vs Tarxien R
26/10/2019

Matchday 08: Valletta 3 Tarxien R 0

There is substance to Valletta’s recovery as they recorded back-to-back wins for the first time this season. The Malta champions dominated possession against the Rainbows. A well-worked move engineered Kyrian Nwoko’s opener and Mario Fontanella’s fourth goal of the season put Valletta in control before Douglas Packer’s chip sealed the points for Darren Abdilla’s...

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Valletta vs Gudja U
20/10/2019

Matchday 07: Valletta 1 Gudja U. 0

Valletta vs Gudja U. Valletta returned to winning ways as they registered a narrow win over Gudja United at the Centenary Stadium on Sunday. The Citizens therefore join Hamrun and Senglea on the 11-point mark, six behind leaders Floriana. For Gudja United, this was the third consecutive defeat which leaves them second from bottom...

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Valletta vs Gzira
03/10/2019

Matchday 06: Valletta 1 Gzira U 3

Gżira United sent a huge statement of intent about their title ambitions after they brushed aside Valletta at the National Stadium. Facing the Malta champions of the last two seasons, Gżira looked unfazed as they followed to perfection Giovanni Tedesco’s game plan to clinch an impressive victory that further cements their status as one...

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Valletta vs Birkirkara
29/09/2019

Matchday 05: Valletta 2 Birkirkara 2

Valletta and Birkirkara traded four goals in a thrilling encounter at the National Stadium. The first meeting between two teams who are expected to feature prominently in this season’s title race did not disappoint the sizeable crowd present as they produced a lively encounter which could have gone either way. Valletta seemed to hold...

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Valletta vs Balzan
22/09/2019

Matchday 04: Valletta 2 Balzan 0

Champions Valletta returned to winning ways as they scored a goal in each half to beat Balzan 2-0. For the Citizens this was their third positive result following the upset to Sta Lucia in their opening game. Valletta were clearly the better side yesterday and deserved to take home the three points as they...

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Valletta vs Floriana
15/09/2019

Matchday 03: Valletta 1 Floriana 1

It could be early this season for Valletta to bring back their title mojo but their late leveller against rivals Floriana pointed out why they are champions as their tenacity and grind rescued them a point in a derby which seemed to be slipping from their hands. The first noteworthy action of the game...

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Valletta vs Sliema W.
30/08/2019

Matchday 02: Valletta 3 Sliema W 1

Valletta claimed their first three points as they defeated Sliema 3-1. The  Citizens  showed  some improvement over their last outing as they managed to fend off the spirited challenge of the Wanderers to get off the mark in this year’s championship. Following their defeat by Sta Lucia, Valletta had three changes as Jean Borg, Nicholas Pulis and Matteo Piciollo were preferred to Joseph Zerafa, Kevin Tulimieri and Kyrian Nwoko respectively. Coach Darren Abdilla was forced to make two changes during the first half as Douglas Packer and Enmy Pena Beltre abandoned the pitch injured. On the other hand, Sliema coach Alfonso Greco named Ryan Fenech in the starting line-up after starting the last game on the bench. Fenech was, however, replaced by their latest recruit Seydou Sow early in the second half. The Wanderers went close after just three minutes when off a cross by Juri Cisotti from the right, Cleo was anticipated by Pena Beltre who cleared the ball into a corner. Five minutes later, Yuri de Jesus Messias concluded a solo effort with a shot from  the  edge  of  the  area  that ended just wide. On 15 minutes, Douglas Packer’s freekick from the right was deflected by Mark Scerri and Jake Galea came to the rescue with a fine save. Valletta managed to take the lead on 21 minutes when following a cross from the right by Yuri Messias, Pena Beltre took a short clearance by Juan Cruz Gill to beat Galea with a fine rising shot which ended in the top corner. Sliema replied with a cross from the right from which Jean Paul Farrugia headed just wide....

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