Singapore vs Thailand Live Streaming TV Channels, Kick off and Team News
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The Lions navigated a challenging path to reach the second round of the 2026 FIFA World Cup AFC qualifiers. In the initial two-legged encounter of Round 1, Singapore confronted the Guam national football team and advanced with an aggregate victory of 3-1.
However, their journey in Round 2 got off to a rocky start as they suffered a resounding 5-0 defeat at the hands of South Korea, prompting a shift in focus to their upcoming match against Thailand.
In contrast, Thailand’s national football team bypassed the Round 1 trials, being one of the 26 nations granted direct entry to Round 2.
Despite their favored status, the War Elephants faced disappointment in their Group C Second Round opener, succumbing to a 2-1 defeat against the visiting China national football team. With both Singapore and Thailand eager to secure three points, they are set to face off on 21 November.
Singapore vs Thailand Live Streaming TV Channels
Singapore vs Thailand match will be LIVE from 7.50pm on Mediacorp’s Channel 5, mewatch and Mediacorp Entertainment on YouTube.
In Thailand, the match will be Live on Thairath TV and Youtube Changsuek Official.
Key Match Facts:
- The Singapore national football team boasts an undefeated record in their last four home matches.
- Thailand has endured a winless streak, failing to secure victory in their last five games across all competitions when playing away.
- In the head-to-head encounters between the two sides, Thailand has emerged victorious in each of the last six games.
Injury & Team Updates
Singapore’s head coach, Takayuki Nishigaya, experimented with a 5-4-1 formation in the match against South Korea, anticipating the formidable nature of the opposition. While the outcome was disappointing, a similar lineup might be employed on 21 November.
Fortunately, the Singaporean squad is not grappling with any injury concerns at the moment. Sarach Yooyen is expected to retain his position after netting a goal against the China national football team. Head coach Alexandré Pölking is likely to stick with the effective 4-2-3-1 formation, aiming for another positive outcome.
Total Matches – 8
Singapore Wins – 1
Thailand Wins – 7
Draws – 0
Predicted Starting Lineups:
Singapore Predicted Lineup (5-4-1):
Sunny (GK); Stewart, Tan, Fandi, Baharudin, Nazari; Shahiran, Harun, Mahler, Song; Anuar
Thailand Predicted Lineup (4-2-3-1):
Khammai (GK); Do, Hemviboon, Kaman, Bunmathan; Yooyen, Anan; Sarachat, Songkrasin, Phala; Mueanta