Senegal and Egypt will fight for the trophy in the big final at Africa Cup of Nations, from 20.00 CET, at Stade d'Olembe in Yaounde. The teammates from Liverpool, Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah, will be enemies for 90 minutes!Bet on Senegal - Egypt with 1xBet
Best bets on Senegal vs Egypt
Bookmakers from 1xBet see Senegal as the favorite for the final with 2.18 odds to win. Egypt has 4.48 odds to win at Stade d'Olembe. A draw after 90 minutes will cost 2.98.
Senegal has 1.54 to win the trophy, while Egypt has 2.48 to become champions.
Bet365 offers 3.10 for Total Over 3 and 1.36 for Total Under 3.
Also, experts from Betway offer 2.55 for "both teams to score - yes" and 1.49 for "both teams to score - no".
Where to Watch Senegal vs Egypt
The final of Africa Cup of Nations, Senegal vs Egypt, will be broadcast live on beIN Sports 1. The broadcast from Yaounde begins at 19.50 CET, ten minutes before the start of the match.Bet on Senegal - Egypt with 1xBet
Senegal vs Egypt H2H
- Matches: 12;
- Senegal wins: 4;
- Draws: 2;
- Egypt wins: 6;
Senegal is undefeated in the last twelve games played across all competitions and now will try to win the Africa Cup of Nations for the first time in history.
The Lions of Teranga also played the final of 2019, when they have lost against Algeria, 0-1. Senegal is coming after three consecutive wins: 2-0 vs Cape Verde, 3-1 vs Equatorial Guinea and 3-1 vs Burkina Faso.
Senegal won the last two direct matches played against Egypt, both played in 2014.
This will be the third final for Senegal after the defeats from 2019 and 2002.
Egypt surprised a lot of people at Africa Cup of Nations and now will have a chance to win the trophy for the eight time. The Pharaohs won the Africa Cup of Nations for seven times, all-time record.
Mohamed Salah and his teammates won the last five matches: 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 and 3-1 after penalties against Cameroon in the semi-finals.
Coach Carlos Queiroz will miss the final after he was sent off in the final minutes of the semi-final against Cameroon.
Last time Egypt won against Senegal was in February 2006, 2-1.
Senegal vs Egypt: possible lineups
- Senegal (4-3-3): Mendy - Sarr, Koulibaly, A. Diallo, Ciss - P. Gueye, N. Mendy, I. Gueye - Dia, Dieng, Mane;
- Egypt (4-3-3): Abou Gabal - Kamal, Hegazy, Abdelmonem, Fattoh - Elneny, Fahti, Al-Sulaya - Salah, Marmoush, Mohamed;