Mali vs Congo: AFCON Qualifiers Live Stream, Schedule, Fixture and Probable LineupsMali will square off against Congo on Saturday in their hopes of securing a ticket to the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations. The two sides will clash against each other at the Stade du 26 Mars in Group G of the qualifiers. Among the two sides, Mali have a super ranking with 52, while their visitors are at the 98th spot in the FIFA rankings. Hence, it goes without saying that Mali, who are playing at home, will be the clear favourites in the Saturday night clash. Back in March, Mali’s hopes of reaching the World Cup ended in disappointing fashion after they suffered a 1-0 aggregate defeat against Tunisia in the qualification playoffs.
How to watch Mali vs Zambia in 2017 AFCON U20sIn the opening round of games of the group stage of the 2017 U-20 Africa Cup of Nations, Mali's Red-Bull-stacked squad and Egypt played to a 0-0 draw. Host Zambia beat Guinea, 1-0, thanks to a goal from another young African prospect on Papa Red Bull's radar, FC Liefering's Patson Daka. Former New York Red Bulls II player Zoumana Simpara didn't get on the field for Mali against Egypt. Local supporters packed the National Heroes Stadium in Lusaka for Zambia's first game. Mali can expect to have the crowd against it for this game.
Mali vs Tunisia Game Preview, Live Stream, Odds, Picks & PredictionsAFCON Rematch in Mali vs Tunisia In order to win against Mali, you have to score against Mali. Sounds simple, but that’s something that’s proven incredibly difficult for the opposition over the past year. Tunisia will try to do something about Mali’s trend of 10 shutouts in 11 matches and in their crucial first leg of this CAF World Cup Qualifying playoff tie. It’s a rematch of a controversial Africa Cup of Nations group game, won by Mali, 1-0, Mali are home soccer betting favorites. Let’s check the latest news, stats, injury reports, and Africa World Cup Qualifier odds for Mali vs Tunisia. We’ve plenty of predictions for you to consider. Scoring on Mali Nearly Impossible It was a confident Mali booking their place in the playoff round of qualifiers after an undefeated second round.
Mali vs Tunisia Head-to-Head The last match between these two teams was mired in controversy. Kone scored a penalty for Mali, but Khazri was unable to convert one for Tunisia in the 77th minute as Mali goalkeeper Ibrahim Mounkoro was superb. The referee of the match then blew the full-time whistle early not once, but twice in a timekeeping error. Tunisia refused to come back on the field after the second whistle in protest, losing, 1-0. Mali leads the series in the last decade, 2-1-1, but trails in the all-time series, 6-5-1.
Mali haven’t allowed a goal from open play for over 15 hours of game time, which is quite impressive. Tunisia are listed as more likely to cover the spread in the sportsbook, at -150. Despite losing to Mali in AFCON, Tunisia did have better spells of possession and more shots on goal, but are +275 underdogs coming into this match. Mali are listed at an interesting +120, while a draw is priced at +190.
The narrow loss in the two-legged tie was a big blow to the country. Even at the Africa Cup of Nations in January, they couldn’t go further in the competition after losing on penalties to Central African side Equatorial Guinea. Mali’s recent run of form has not been impressive either, as they have not won any of their last three games, which is something they would like to correct it pretty soon. On the other hand, Congo’s form have also not been great. They lost both their friendlies this year and had a forgettable World Cup qualifiers when they could only manage three draws and three defeats in six games. Hence, Mali will be the overwhelming favourite for Saturday’s clash. READ MORE – Egypt vs Guinea: AFCON Qualifiers Live Stream and Probable Lineups Probable Lineups After the match against Congo, Mali will be taking on South Sudan. For these games, they have called up their full strength squad, with quite a few of those players plying their trade in the European leagues.
They defeated Zambia, 3-1, to finish ahead of Equatorial Guinea in Group B. Despite having some skilled players, The Eagles of Carthage have been a very inconsistent pick to bet online in their last handful of matches. In AFCON, Tunisia won just one of their three group matches, sneaking through to the round of 16. There, they had a 1-0 stunner over Nigeria, but immediately fell to Burkina Faso as favorites in the quarters. They’ve lost four of their last seven matches, shut out in five of their last eight. There’s a nice blend of young and veteran pieces on this team, but Saint-Etienne forward Wahbi Khazri is the player to watch. His nine goals in Ligue 1 this season have been pivotal in Saint-Etienne’s bid to avoid relegation, and he is Tunisia’s leading active scorer with 22.
Mali vs Tunisia Game Information Game: Mali vs. Tunisia Location: Stade du 26 Mars, Bamako, ML Day/Time: Friday, March 25th, 1:00 p. m. ET Live stream: fubo. tv Mali vs Tunisia Betting Lines Team Handicap Moneyline Total Team Total Mali -½ +120 +120 1½ -150o ½ -240o ½ +190u Tunisia +½ -150 +275 1½ +120u ½ -135o ½ +105u Draw +190 Mali vs Tunisia Prediction Mali are half-goal home favorites, which isn’t a surprise given their recent form. In his last nine matches in net, Mounkoro has only conceded a penalty.
As with other African playoff matches, the total seems absurdly low for this match at 1½. With how well Mali have played on defense, that’s not at all a typo. We think betting the over at an overpriced -150 is a big mistake. At this point, shutouts are expected from Mali, which makes Tunisia’s team total worth a look. Tunisia under ½ is listed at +105 and I’m not at all confident they’ll score on the road.
At 5-1 against the spread, they were incredibly profitable in the second round. They finished first in Group F at the Africa Cup of Nations. Ibrahima Kone penalties accounted for three of Mali’s four goals at AFCON, but it was penalties that were ultimately their demise. Equatorial Guinea took out Mali, defeating them, 6-5, in a round of 16 penalty shootout. Mali haven’t lost in regulation 90 minutes for 11 matches, notching shutouts in 10 of them. Tunisia’s Form Full of Twists and Turns Tunisia managed to secure entrance to the playoff round on the last day of the second round of CAF qualifiers.
It wasn’t the most difficult group, with Uganda, Kenya and Rwanda, but Les Aigles put together consecutive straight wins to close out the round. Mali was the only team in the second round not to concede a single goal. They were one of the best soccer picks to bet the under, as four of their six matches finished with one or no goals.
What a day!! #Zambia #AfconU20 pic. twitter. com/08crFZYp2i — Chembo (@chembomusic) February 26, 2017 Had to show out for dem boys #AfconU20 #Chipolopolo pic. com/LW4Nmgwp5g — •Belieber• (@lovejadenbiebsx) February 26, 2017 The Young Chipolopolo are in high spirits. Team will be leaving the Hotel for Heroes Stadium soon #AFCONU20 pic. com/dWVJ1ejRvE — Chipolopolodiehards (@chipolopolodh) February 26, 2017 Per livesoccer. com, here' where to find the game: Zambia vs Mali - 2017 AFCON U-20s When: 11:00 am, Eastern; Wednesday, March 1, 2017 Where: National Heroes Stadium, Lusaka, Zambia TV: nope Online: beIN Sports CONNECT; fubo.
Premier League side Brighton and Hove Albion midfielder Yves Bissouma and Southampton forward Moussa Djenepo are joined by Leipzig’s Amadou Haidara and Salzburg’s Mohamed Camara. On the other hand, Congo have suffered a massive injury blow with experienced defender Marvin Baudry picking up a muscle problem. Hence, it is one of Rozan Varel, Fred Dembi or Julfin Ondongo who might fill the vacant spot in the starting line-up. The front line is set to be headed by Guy Mbenza following his recent exploits with his domestic side. Mali possible starting line-up: Mounkoro, H Traore, Kouyate, Fofana, M Haidara, Samassekou; A Traore, Bissouma, A Haidara, Djenepo, Diaby Congo possible line-up: Mafoumbi, Varel, Dembi, Mafoumbi, Rozan, Avounou, Bifouma, Makouta, Mboungou, Makounana, Mbenza Mali vs Congo Schedule and Fixture The 2023 Africa Cup of Nations Group G qualification match between Mali and Congo will take place at the Stade du 26 Mars and it will kick off at 12:30 am IST on Sunday.
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