betBonanza: 5 African Teams to Watch out for this International Break

betBonanza: 5 African Teams to Watch out for this International Break

The action is heating up on the continent of Africa this International Break! As the stars fly in from Europe to do their patriotic duty, betBonanza Bookmakers take a look at some of the star-studded teams and predict the likely outcomes of the decisive games that will be taking place up and down the continent of Africa.

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Cote D’Ivoire V Niger

This team is currently one of the most talented in Africa. The game will feature the tireless Franck Kessie (AC Milan), Eric Baily (Man United) in defence, Nicholas Pepe (Arsenal) on the right flank, Wilfred Zaha (Crystal Palace) on the left flank. When they set up, they look like the most intimidating side in Africa at the moment. That’s leading bookmakers betBonanza are predicting a 60% chance of the Ivoiriens winning the match. The difficulty of Niger’s task is evident in the little chance they have to win, a meager 17% chance.

Benin Republic V Nigeria

Last November, the Leone Stars staged a remarkable comeback against the Super Eagles from 4 goals down to draw 4-4 in Benin City, while the return leg in Freetown a couple of days later ended in a scoreless draw. The ranks of the Squirrels of Benin who currently occupy the second spot in Group L with 7 points from 4 matches have been boosted by the return of over a dozen players, who are based in France. They will definitely be putting up a fight in Lagos. Nigeria has a 45% chance of winning.

Ghana V Sao Tome

The black stars of Ghana face a win or burst game. Group C’s qualification battle is a fight to finish between Ghana(10 points), South Africa(10 points), and Sudan (9 points). Anyone can still win the group, either of these teams can still qualify so it’s open.

Senegal V Congo

Senegal are on top of Group I. A win will secure their place in Cameroon next year. With an exciting crop of Players like Koulibali, Eduard Memdy(Chelsea), Sarr (Watford), Idrissa Gueye (PSG), they have what it takes to pull through. That’s why betBonanza has predicted the Teranga Lions of Senegal as a likely winner of the match with over 50% chance of winning the game.

Egypt V Comoros

With both teams already qualified for the Nations Cup, the game between the Pharaohs and Comoros is just for formality. The game will see Mohammed Elneny (Arsenal), Mohammed Salah (Liverpool), and Aston Villa midfielder Mahmoud Trezeguet all in action. Egypt is playing at home, and has a decent chance of winning this, or at worst a draw.

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After these series of games the finalists who will lock horns at the African Cup of Nations 2022  would emerge. These games are not just about qualification, but they are a test of the strength, character, and abilities of the teams that would be in action at the main event in Cameroon next year.

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