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Round 18
Home team - Away team
1
×
2
Betimate
Correct score
Avg. goals
Odds
Weather conditions
Score
25
28
47
2
0 - 1
2.18
2.13
1 - 1
12
23
65
2
0 - 1
2.28
1.54
0 - 1
73
20
7
1
1 - 0
2.2
1.37
2 - 0
25
31
44
2
0 - 1
1.91
2.27
0 - 1
5
9
86
2
0 - 3
3.99
1.16
1 - 1
Home team - Away team
Under
Over
Betimate
Avg. goals
Odds
Score
62.89
37.11
Under
2.18
1.25
1 - 1
60.32
39.68
Under
2.28
1.2
0 - 1
62.44
37.56
Under
2.2
1.24
2 - 0
70.22
29.78
Under
1.91
1.4
0 - 1
24.09
75.91
Over
3.99
1.51
1 - 1
Home team - Away team
No
Yes
Betimate
Correct score
Avg. goals
Odds
Score
58
42
No
0 - 1
2.18
2.15
1 - 1
64
36
No
0 - 1
2.28
2.28
0 - 1
74
26
No
1 - 0
2.2
2.48
2 - 0
63
37
No
0 - 1
1.91
2.27
0 - 1
52
48
No
0 - 3
3.99
2.03
1 - 1
Home team - Away team
Probability in%
Betimate
Correct score
Avg. goals
Odds
Score
53%
Home
+1
0 - 1
2.18
1.06
1 - 1
63%
Home
+2
0 - 1
2.28
1.25
0 - 1
55%
Away
+1
1 - 0
2.2
1.09
2 - 0
56%
Home
+1
0 - 1
1.91
1.12
0 - 1
50%
Home
+3
0 - 3
3.99
1
1 - 1

Overview of the Malaysia Premier League

The Malaysia Premier League or the  Liga Premier is the current second-tier professional football league in Malaysia. In this nation's football league structure, the league replaced the former second-tier Liga Perdana 2. Negeri Sembilan is the current champion, having won the league in 2021.

 

Penang win the 2020 Malaysia Premier League
Penang win the 2020 Malaysia Premier League

 

The team that wins two trophies (double) or three trophies (treble) in the same season is awarded great honors in the Malaysia Premier League. The Malaysia Premier League, Malaysia FA Cup, and Malaysia Cup are all covered. Only Selangor has earned this status as of the 2021 season. 

 

Sponsorship Names

Season

League Name

Sponsors

2004

Dunhill Liga Premier

Dunhill

2005–10

TM Liga Premier

TM

2011

Liga Premier

-

2012–14

Astro Liga Premier Malaysia

Astro Media

2015

Liga Premier Malaysia

-

2016–18

100PLUS Liga Premier Malaysia

100PLUS

2019–20

Liga Premier Malaysia

-

How does the Malaysia Premier League work?

League Format

The Malaysia Premier League features 12 teams and spans from early February to late October, with a month-long Ramadan break depending on the Islamic calendar. 

 

The season consists of 132 games, with each side playing 22 games (playing each other twice, home and away). The majority of games take place on Fridays, with a few games taking place during the week.

The competition runs on a system of promotion and relegation with promotion to the Malaysia Super League and relegation to the Malaysia M3 League.

Malaysia Premier League Logo
Malaysia Premier League Logo

Club Licensing regulations

Each team in the Malaysia Premier League must obtain a legal license in order to compete in the league, or they must be relegated. Teams must have enough powers of finance and specific standards to acquire a license. That is called FAM Club Licensing

2022 Malaysia Premier League

The 2022 Malaysia Premier League is the 19th edition of the Malaysian second-tier professional football league. The non-feeder teams that finish first and second will be promoted to the Malaysia Super League in 2022, and the top five non-feeder clubs will advance to the Malaysia Cup.

 

The competition contained a total of 12 clubs, including 10 teams from the 2020 season, 1 team relegated from the 2021 Malaysia Super League, and 1 team formed by FAM and the National Sports Council of Malaysia (NSC)

 

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2022 Malaysia Premier League Teams

Team

Location

Stadium

Capacity

FAM-MSN Project

Shah Alam

UiTM Stadium

10,000

Johor Darul Ta'zim II

Larkin

Tan Sri Dato Haji Hassan Yunos Stadium

30,000

Kelantan

Kota Bharu

Sultan Muhammad IV Stadium

22,000

Kelantan United

Kota Bharu

Sultan Muhammad IV Stadium

22,000

Kuching City

Kota Kinabalu

Likas Stadium

35,000

PDRM

Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur Stadium

18,000

Perak

Ipoh

Perak Stadium

27,036

Selangor II

Selayang

Selayang Stadium

16,000

Terengganu II

Kuala Terengganu

Sultan Ismail Nasiruddin Shah Stadium

15,000

UiTM

Shah Alam

UiTM Stadium

10,000

Champions of the Malaysia Premier League over the years

Season

Champions

Runners-up

2004

MPPJ

TM

2005

Selangor

Negeri Sembilan

2005–06

Kedah

Malacca

2006–07

PDRM

UPB-MyTeam

2007–08

Kuala Muda Naza

PLUS

2009

Harimau Muda

T-Team

2010

Felda United

Sabah

2011

PKNS

Sarawak

2012

ATM

Pahang

2013

Sarawak

Sime Darby

2014

PDRM

Felda United

2015

Kedah

Penang

2016

Melaka United

PKNS

2017

Kuala Lumpur

Terengganu FC

2018

Felda United

Felcra

2019

Sabah

Johor Darul Ta'zim II

2020

Penang

Kuala Lumpur

2021

Negeri Sembilan

Sarawak United

Titles by Clubs

#

Club

Titles

1

Felda United

2

Kedah

PDRM

2

Penang

1

Sabah

MPPJ

Selangor

Kuala Muda Naza

Harimau Muda

PKNS

ATM

Sarawak

Melaka United

Kuala Lumpur

Negeri Sembilan

Best Goalscorers in the Malaysia Premier League every season

Season

Players

Clubs

Goals

2004

Brian Fuentes

Selangor

25

2005

Bambang Pamungkas

Selangor

23

2005–06

Gustavo Fuentes

Malacca

18

2006–07

Marin Mikac

UPB-MyTeam

13

2008

Mohamed Moustapha N'diaye

Kelantan

27

2009

Haris Safwan Kamal

T-Team

24

2010

Muhammad Zamri Hassan

PKNS

11

2011

Mohd Fitri Omar

MP Muar

16

2012

Khairul Izuan Abdullah

PDRM

27

2013

Karlo Primorac

Sime Darby

24

2014

Billy Mehmet

Kedah

23

2015

Francis Forkey Doe

Negeri Sembilan

17

2016

Ilija Spasojević

Melaka United

24

2017

Guilherme de Paula

Kuala Lumpur

27

2018

Casagrande

Felcra

19

2019

Žarko Korać

UKM

13

2020

Casagrande

Penang

9

2021

Jordan Mintah

Fernando Rodríguez

Terengganu II

Johor Darul Takzim II

16

Reference Sources

  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malaysia_Premier_League
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2021_Malaysia_Premier_League