Mali vs Gambia
Stade du 26 Mars
In the qualifications for the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations, Mali and Gambia will play each other twice this month, beginning with the first match on Friday at the Stadium du 26 Mars.Claim Your Welcome Bonus!
Mali - in a good form
So far in the competition, the Eagles have won both of their games and have a perfect record. With six points, they are in first place in Group G. After beating Congo by a score of 4-0 in their first qualifying game, the team led by Éric Chelle then beat South Sudan by a score of 3-1. If they are victorious once again this week, they will effectively secure their spot in the championship. Adama Traore and Moussa Doumbia, both seasoned forwards, are among the 26 players that Mali have called up for this month's doubleheader against Gambia. RB Leipzig star Amadou Haidara is also in the race for a spot on the roster. Moreover, Chelle selected seven players who have not yet earned a cap. The recent matchups in this game have now seen Mali with one win, three matches finishing in draws, and their latest match against Mauritania finishing in a defeat.
Gambia - visitors can not be overwritten
Gambia is currently in third place in the group with three points, and their goal differential is worse than Congo's. In their first match, they had a victory over South Sudan by a score of 1-0, but then they went on to lose to Congo by the same score. The Scorpions will be counting on star forwards like Bologna's Musa Barrow and Lecce's Assan Cassey, both of whom have been included in their 25-man squad, in the hopes of reviving their campaign with a win and relying on them to carry them to victory. They have now won two matches while losing two others, but their most recent encounter against Guinea Bissau resulted in a stalemate.
Expert Betting Tips
Mali is a team to watch in the qualifications since they have an impressive attacking power and have cruised through the competition so far. The Scorpions have a few solid alternatives in the vanguard themselves, but when they are away from their base, they typically struggle. We do not have a strong feeling that Gambia would roll over easy, but we should anticipate that they will not allow very many goals to be scored in this match.