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2 March 2024
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Hamrun S.


Day 31 Valletta 1 Balzan 0

Denni’s solitary goal kept Valletta within touching distance of leaders Birkirkara ahead of Saturday’s ‘title showdown’. Balzan began the game confidently, threatening to take the lead as early as the 11th minute. A perfect pass from Pedrinho reached Dylan Grima who strecthed his leg to reach the Brazilian’s inswinger but Nukri Revishvili, the Valletta...

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Day 30 Valletta 5 Mosta 0

Valletta sent a strong warning to leaders Birkirkara on their title aspirations as the Citizens crushed Mosta 5-0 at the Hibs Stadium. Denni gave a stark reminder of his importance to Valletta’s title quest as the nippy Brazilian scored his team’s opening two goals inside the opening half hour. Iit was Valletta who made...

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Day 29 Valletta 3 Hibs 2

Valletta kept the pace with leaders Birkirkara thanks to a 3-2 win over Hibernians to extend their positive run to thirteen matches without defeats. Hibs showed some good ideas early in the game but after taking the lead, Valletta soon gained control, taking a three-goal lead. However the Paolites hit back with a brace...

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Day 28 Valletta 2 Sliema W 0

Valletta stepped up their title challenge when they scored a goal in each half to see off Sliema Wanderers 2-0 at the National Stadium. The Citizens, inspired by midfield duo Hamza Barry and Alan Da Silva Souza, seized the initiative from the opening stages but they had to wait until the 40th minute to...

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Day 27 Valletta 0 Birkirkara 0

The title race is still wide open after the top-of-the-table clash between champions Birkirkara and second-placed Valletta ended goalless. A fiercely-contested encounter saw Birkirkara play the better football in the first half but their failure to turn their superior possession into goals dashed their hopes of taking three vital points as Valletta improved to...

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UBet FA Trophy – Valletta 2 Gzira 0

Valletta eased into the final of the U*Bet FA Trophy after beating Division One side Gzira United 2-0 in today's first semi-final at the National Stadium. Gzira tried their best to give a good challenge to their more-quoted opponents but Valletta were a in a different class, albeit the Citizens did just enough to...

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Day 26 Valletta 3 Balzan 1

Valletta had to fight hard to see off the challenge of Balzan but a superb goal from midfielder Edmond Agius in the closing minutes handed them a 3-1 win which keeps their title hopes alive. It was a must-win affair for Valletta after Birkirkara had opened a five-pointed gap. The Citizens were far off...

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Day 25 Valletta 2 Mosta 2

Mosta put a dent in Valletta's title hopes this evening after holding their more-quoted opponents to a 2-2 draw in a keenly-contested encounter. Italian striker Gian Marco Piccioni was Mosta's hero after scoring a brace to earn his team a point as Valletta ultimately paid the price for their failure to convert their possession...

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Day 24 Valletta 3 Hibs 1

Valletta bounced back from the draw with Sliema Wanderers as they beat Hibernians 3-1. Jonathan Pearson and Edison Luis dos Santos was missing for Hibernians as he served a one-match ban while Valletta were practically in full strength as they welcomed back Lateef Elford-Alliyu. The Paolites had the first attempt at goal on the...

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Day 23 Valletta 1 Sliema W 1

Valletta failed to break down Sliema’s dogged resistance as Alfonso Greco’s troops punctured Valletta’s progress with Valletta losing ground on leaders Birkirkara this afternoon. Valletta were buoyed by the return of Tunisian midfielder Abdelkarim Nafti who replaced Nigeria-born striker Abayomi Owonikoko. The task of filling for Owonikoko as the lone striker fell on the...

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