Bulgaria v Malta Starting Teams, Live on ESPN3

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Bulgaria are sitting in second place in Group B behind Italy on six points with one win and three draws and will take on a Malta side which is at the base of the group with no points, all three previous qualifiers ending in defeats.

With such record, Malta will struggle to gain anything out of today’s contest against Bulgaria.

Bulgaria v Malta

Bulgaria: Mihailov, Bodurov, Veselin Minev, Ivanov, Iordan Minev, Georgi Milanov, Gadzhev, Georgi Iliev, Gargorov, Popov, Tonev
Subs: Stoyanov, Manolev, Zanev, Vidanov, Sarmov, Bojinov, Dimitrov, Slavchev, Ilia Milanov, Mitsanski, Zlatinski

Malta: Hogg, Caruana, Herrera, Andrei Agius, Dimech, Briffa, Failla, Paul Fenech, Mifsud, Schembri, Ryan Fenech
Subs: Haber, Alex Muscat, Sciberras, Bogdanovic, Cohen, Camilleri, Rowen Muscat

Referee: Eitan Shmuelevitz (Israel)

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