Sudan vs Gabon
In the Al Hilal Stadium in Omdurman on Monday, Sudan and Gabon will compete in the second leg of their Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers for the 2023 tournament.Claim Your Registration Bonus!
Sudan - the home team will struggle
Sudan is still in third place after being unable to capitalize on second-placed Mauritania's loss to the Democratic Republic of the Congo in the other game. The Lions of Chinguetti are in second place with four points, while the Secretary Birds are in first place with three points and a better goal differential than Congo. Sudan's chances of making it to the 2023 African Cup of Nations are still quite good based on the points they have accumulated so far in this qualifying round. We anticipate that they will do well to perform better now that they are competing on their home turf.
Gabon - the Panthers have a strong squad
Due to the late goal that Lloyd Palun scored as Gabon defeated Sudan 1-0 in Franceville last Thursday, the Panthers are currently in first place in Group I with seven points from their first three games. With another victory the following week, Patrice Neveu's team will move closer to securing their spot at the Cote d'Ivoire showpiece, where they will be competing for a chance to qualify for the AFCON for the second year in a row. Gabon has won four of their previous five matches across all competitions. Over this stretch, they have scored eight goals while only allowing two to be scored against them.
Expert Betting Tips
If Sudan loses, their chances of making it to the tournament will go down even more. However, they haven't been playing well enough lately to expect anything special from them. Gabon, on the other hand, is establishing their campaign on the back of a resolute defense, which is working in their favor despite scoring just twice in three qualifying games. The Panthers should have another victory over the Secretarybirds unless there is some kind of catastrophic event.