Asian Games: Match 03, Malaysia vs Singapore-Match Prediction – Who will win today’s match?

The third Men’s T20I contest will be played at Hangzhou’s Pingfeng Campus Cricket Field and will feature Malaysia vs Singapore. Singapore looked better when they won the SEA Games T20I title, despite playing in more T20 international games than Malaysia.

With players like Syed Aziz, Ahmad Faiz, Virandeep Singh, and Mohammad Akram who can score significant runs and hit boundaries, Malaysia has a stronger batting lineup. Additionally, they have a few useful all-rounders who can contribute with both the bat and the ball, including Sharvin Muniandy and Pavandeep Singh.

Singapore’s team is well balanced, with a mix of young and experienced players. With Chetan Suryawanshi, Navin Param, Arjun Mutreja, and Rohan Rangarajan as members of a strong top order, they can offer both consistency and aggression. Additionally, they have some skilled bowlers like Janak Prakash, Anish Paraam, Raoul Sharma, and Ishaan Sawney who can restrain the opponent and take wickets.

MATCH SCHEDULE (Malaysia vs Singapore)

TournamentMatch DetailDay / DateTimeVenue
Asian Games 2023Malaysia vs SingaporeThursday / Sep-28, 20236:00 AM IST Pingfeng Campus Cricket Field, Hangzhou
 ZJUT Cricket Field. Hangzhou, Zhejiang
 Pingfeng Campus Cricket Field, Hangzhou

Malaysia vs Singapore Past Stats:

Head To HeadTeamsMatch WonNR

Malaysia vs Singapore Weather Report:

Wind Speed12 km/h
Precipitation0 %

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Malaysia vs Singapore Pitch Report:

The average first-innings score of 108 in the most recent T20 matches (Asian Games) at the Pingfeng Campus Cricket Field in Hangzhou indicates that the surface is favorable to batsmen. Pingfeng Campus Cricket Field, Hangzhou, Last T20 Match Scoring Distribution: Below Score 140: 7, Between Scores of 200 and 249: 4, Between Scores of 140 and 180: 1, Above Score of 180:

We anticipate hitters to target that region and hammer home many sixes because the field is narrow and the square boundary is relatively short. While the first innings score here typically totals 108 runs, recent games revealed that a 170+ total is very likely on this field. And we believe that 165+ should be a respectable first innings total for this match.

Malaysia vs Singapore Playing 11:


  • Zubaidi Zulkifle
  • Syed Aziz
  • Muhammad Amir
  • Virandeep Singh (wk)
  • Ahmed Faiz (c)
  • Sharvin Muniandy
  • Pavandeep Singh
  • Khizar Hayat
  • Vijay Unni
  • Syazrul Idrus
  • Sharveen Surendran


  • Chetan Suryawanshi
  • Navin Param
  • Arjun Mutreja
  • Rohan Rangarajan
  • Anish Paraam
  • Janak Prakash
  • Manpreet Singh (c & wk)
  • Raoul Sharma
  • Ishaan Sawney
  • Sidhant Singh
  • Amjad Mahboob

Malaysia vs Singapore Best Performers:

The Best Batter:

Virandeep Singh – (Malaysia): Virandeep Singh is a left-handed opening batsman and wicket-keeper who has played for the Malaysia national team since 2014. He has scored 1,057 runs in 36 T20Is, with an average of 32.09 and a strike rate of 118.67. He also holds the record for the highest individual score by a Malaysian batsman in T20Is, scoring 101 not out against Vanuatu in the 2024 World Cup Asia B Qualifier He is known for his aggressive and consistent batting style, as well as his ability to adapt to different situations and pitches

The Best Bowler:

Syazrul Idrus – ( Malaysia ): Syazrul Idrus is a right-arm medium-fast bowler who has played for the Malaysia national team since 2015. He has taken 35 wickets in 28 T20Is, with an average of 15.82 and an economy rate of 6.07. He also holds the record for the best bowling figures in men’s T20Is, taking 7 wickets for 8 runs against China in the 2024 World Cup Asia B Qualifier. He is known for his ability to swing the ball both ways and bowl accurate yorkers at the death


DisclaimerAccording to my understanding, analysis, and instincts used to make the prediction. Take into account all of this information when you create your prediction, then decide for yourself.

DateTeam ATeam BOur PredictOur Win Rate %
28-09-2023 Malaysia Singapore Malaysia 80%

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