Jordan vs Qatar Prediction 10.02.2024

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  • Competition: 2023 Asian Cup - Final
  • Date: Saturday, 10th, February 2024
  • Kickoff: 15:00 UK / 16.00 CET
  • Venue: Lusail Iconic Stadium (Lusail)

All attention will be directed towards the Lusail Iconic Stadium come Saturday as the dark horse from Jordan clashes swords with the reigning ruler of Asian football and the hosting nation Qatar in the grand finale of the 2023 AFC Asian Cup.

Jordan vs Qatar Betting Tips: BTTS

Nobody, prior to the commencement of the tournament, not even the most ardent supporters of these two Asian nations, could have envisioned in their wildest dreams that it would be their beloved national teams stepping onto the final of the 18th edition of the AFC Asian Cup, vying for the championship trophy.

While fighting tooth and nail to earn a ticket to the last-16, finishing top of the group among the best four third-placed selections thanks to a 4-0 thrashing of Malaysia in the tournament opener, the Jordanians exploded in the knockout rounds, sending Iraq (3-2) and Tajikistan (1-0) home before rocking the Asian continent in the semi-finals.

Not only did the Chivalrous dismantle tournament hot favorite South Korea into mere mortals in a convincing 2-0 triumph, thanks to second-half strikes from Yazan Al-Naimat and Mousa Al-Tamari, but they completely suffocated one of the most lethal attacking lines in the AFC region, preventing Spurs talisman Heung-min Son and co from registering a single shot on target.

It might come as no surprise that Jordan caused a stir at this year's Asian Cup, given the man at the helm previously guided Maroccan club Wydad Casablanca to claim the CAF Champions League trophy in 2017, and now, mastermind Hussein Ammouta has the chance to further embellish his CV with another exceptional achievement.

Speaking of the other finalist, Qatar roared through the group stage like a bullet train, finishing it without a mistake with a 100% record (3/3) and without conceding a single goal, but the journey throught the knockout rounds to the final of the Asian Cup was like sailing through a storm that they bravely overcame to arrive on the cusp of defending their continental crown.

In the last-16 showdown, the Marrons had to come from behind to knock out Palestine, and then they edged past Uzbekistan in quarterfinal drama on penalties, before setting up a title clash for the second time in a row of this competition thanks to Almoez Ali, who netted a late winner to settle the dramatic five-goal semifinal battle.

With a shocking 3-2 victory over Iran in the last-four showdown, the undisputed Qatar has become the thir country in this century to qualify for the final in back-to-back Asian Cup campaigns, while they will now look to replicate the UAE 2019 success when they thrashed Japan 3-1 in the final to retain the continental title on home soil this year.

Just before the kick-off of the Asian Cup, the two nations clashed in a friendly encounter, where Jordan celebrated a narrow 2-1 victory, but following that stumble, Tintin Marquez's men displayed an exceptional reaction by turning each of their six AFC challenges into triumphs, and now they will strive to round off the tournament on a dominant note and serve up swift, yet painful revenge to their Saturday rival.

CONCLUSION

Even though the Maroons will have huge support from the stands in their home Lusail and enter the ultimate battle of the tournament with more pedigree, bringing Hussein Ammouta's men to their knees will be easier said than done. Nonetheless, we firmly believe that the nets will bulge on both ends at least once in what should be an entertaining and dynamic final.

By shaking the opponent's net at least twice in four out of their six Asian Cup matches, Jordan undeniably has the potential to inflict damage on the reigning champions Qatar, who, despite concluding their Group A without conceding a goal, appeared quite vulnerable at the back in the latter stages of the tournament, conceding a goal in each of their three knockout contests.

Jordan vs Qatar Head to Head (H2H) stats

  1. Qatar

    1 : 2

    Jordan

    Friendly International

  2. Jordan

    2 : 3

    Qatar

    Friendly International

  3. Qatar

    1 : 1

    Jordan

    Friendly International

  4. Qatar

    2 : 1

    Jordan

    Friendly International

  5. Jordan

    1 : 0

    Qatar

    WC Qualification Asia

Jordan

Jordan team news

Ahead of their first AFC Asian Cup final, coach Hussein Ammouta, who has crafted a masterpiece with Jordan, can breathe a sigh of relief, knowing he has a complete squad at his disposal, without any worries about injuries or suspensions.

The effort of Mousa Al-Tamari, the sole Jordanian player navigating European waters (plying his trade for Ligue 1 outfit Montpellier), will be crucial for the Chivalrous' hopes of clinching the trophy.

Last matches of Jordan

  1. Jordan

    2 : 0

    Korea Republic

    Asian Cup

  2. Tajikistan

    0 : 1

    Jordan

    Asian Cup

  3. Iraq

    2 : 3

    Jordan

    Asian Cup

  4. Jordan

    0 : 1

    Bahrain

    Asian Cup

  5. Jordan

    2 : 2

    Korea Republic

    Asian Cup

Jordan lineup

Goalkeeper

  • 1

    Yazeed Abulaila

Defenders

  • 4

    Bara' Marei

  • 5

    Yazan Al-Arab

  • 3

    Abdallah Nasib

Midfielders

  • 2

    Mohammad Abu Hasheesh

  • 8

    Noor Al-Rawabdeh

  • 21

    Nizar Al-Rashdan

  • 23

    Ehsan Haddad

Forwards

  • 9

    Ali Olwan

  • 10

    Mousa Al-Tamari

  • 11

    Yazan Al-Naimat

Qatar

Qatar team news

Qatar, meanwhile, head into the grand final without suspension difficulties, but their quest for a back-to-back Asian Cup crown may be hampered, with the participation of key man Almahdi Ali in question after he left the field shortly after the hour mark of their semi-final match due to injury.

Al-Sadd striker Akram Afif carries his national team on his back during this year's tournament, having been involved in an incredible eight of Qatar's 11 total goals, so his impact will be crucial.

Last matches of Qatar

  1. Iran

    2 : 3

    Qatar

    Asian Cup

  2. Qatar

    3 : 2

    Uzbekistan

    Asian Cup

  3. Qatar

    2 : 1

    Palestine

    Asian Cup

  4. Qatar

    1 : 0

    China PR

    Asian Cup

  5. Tajikistan

    0 : 1

    Qatar

    Asian Cup

Qatar lineup

Goalkeeper

  • 22

    Meshaal Barsham

Defenders

  • 4

    Mohammed Waad

  • 12

    Lucas Mendes

  • 3

    Almahdi Ali

  • 2

    Pedro Miguel

Midfielders

  • 20

    Ahmed Fathi

  • 24

    Jassem Gaber

  • 14

    Homam Al-Amin

  • 9

    Yusuf Abdurisag

Forwards

  • 19

    Almoez Ali

  • 11

    Akram Afif

4 Reasons why we expect BTTS

  1. Jordan has scored two or more goals in four out of their last six Asian Cup matches.
  2. Qatar has shaken the opponent's net in each of their six matches in the tournament.
  3. Since the beginning of the knockout stage, Qatar's defensive line has been breached in each of the three challenges.
  4. The latest encounter between these teams went in favor of Jordan with a 2-1 victory.

Main prediction Jordan - Qatar

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Jordan vs Qatar - FAQ

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Where to watch?

The match between these teams will be broadcast on ESPN 4 (Bra), MTV Katsomo (Fin), MTV Urheilu (Fin), Nova Sport (Bul), Paramount+ (Aus), Sport 1 (Ukr), Sport TV3 (Por), Veikkaus TV

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Who is Jordan's player to watch?

Mousa Al-Tamari, alongside Yazan Al-Naimat, has each scored three goals during the Asian Cup.

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Who is Qatar's player to watch?

Akram Afif stands out as the most formidable figure in Qatar's attack, netting five goals and providing three assists.