Cameroon and Egypt will fight in the second semi-final of Africa Cup of Nations, from 20.00 CET, at Stade d'Olembe in Yaounde. The big final will take place on February 6.Bet on Cameroon - Egypt with 1xBet
Best bets on Cameroon vs Egypt
Bookmakers from 1xBet see Cameroon as the favorite for this match with 2.07 odds to win. Egypt has 4.48 odds to win at Stade d'Olembe. A draw after 90 minutes will cost 3.80.
Cameroon has 1.50 to qualify in the final, while Egypt has 2.50 to go through.
Bet365 offers 2.83 for Total Over 3 and 1.41 for Total Under 3.
Also, Betway offers 2.28 for "both teams to score - yes" and 1.58 for "both teams to score - no".
Where to Watch Cameroon vs Egypt
The game Cameroon vs Egypt will be broadcast live on Canal+ Sport 1 Afrique. The broadcast from Yaounde begins at 19.50 CET, ten minutes before the start of the match.Bet on Cameroon - Egypt with 1xBet
Cameroon is having a great record at Africa Cup of Nations, but they will face in-form Egypt in the semi-final.
The Indomitable Lions won nine of the last eleven games played across all competitions. Cameroon won four games so far at Africa Cup of Nations and one match ended in a draw: 2-1 vs Burkina Faso, 4-1 vs Ethiopia, 1-1 vs Cape Verde, 2-1 vs Comoros and 2-0 vs Gambia.
Toni Conceicao's side is undefeated since September 2021, when they lost 1-2 against Ivory Coast.
Cameroon won the last direct match played against Egypt, 2-1, in February 2017.
Few people expected to see Egypt in the semi-finals of Africa Cup of Nations. The Pharaohs are in great form after four consecutive wins: 1-0 vs Guinea-Bissau, 1-0 vs Sudan, 5-4 after penalties against Ivory Coast in the last-16 and 2-1 against Morocco in the quarter-finals.
Mohamed Salah was decisive in the game against Morocco with a goal and assist for Trezeguet, who scored the winning goal in extra time.
Egypt won the Africa Cup of Nations for seven times, all-time record.
Cameroon vs Egypt: possible lineups
- Cameroon (4-4-2): Onana - Fai, Moukoudi, Ngadeu, Tolo - Hongla, Anguissa, Ngamaleu, Ekambi - Aboubakar, Choupo-Moting;
- Egypt (4-3-3): Abou Gabal - Kamal, Hegazy, Abdelmonem, Fattoh - Elneny, Fahti, Al-Sulaya - Salah, Marmoush, Mohamed;