Algeria vs Niger
Miloud Hadefi Stadium
On Tuesday, Algeria and Niger will square off in a matchup that will determine who advances to the final game of this year's African Nations Championship. In the round of matches prior to this one, Algeria was able to ward off the danger posed by Ivory Coast, and Niger breezed past Ghana in their matchup against the last eight.Claim Your Welcome Bonus!
Algeria - host nation won’t have it easy
At the Nelson Mandela Stadium on Friday evening, Algeria defeated the Elephants of Ivory Coast in a contentious match that ended with a score of 1-0. Algeria's victory was the result of a strong display of commitment on the part of the team. Aymen Mahious scored the game-winning goal for Madjid Bougherra's team in Baraki with a composed shot from 12 yards out in the final minute of a match that saw a player on both teams receive a red card. As a result, the Fennec Foxes have now gone four matches without allowing a single goal, demonstrating that they are strong on both ends of the field. The next obstacle will come in the form of a contest against an opponent team that has won only one of its previous eight matches across all competitions and has lost the other seven. Algeria will undoubtedly now fancy themselves to go all the way in the current competition with their fans cheering them on because they have already surpassed their best-ever CHAN finish.
Niger - Ménas to shock Algeria
At the Miloud Hadefi Stadium on Saturday, the Black Stars of Ghana were defeated by Niger with relative ease, thanks to a deserved 2-0 victory earned by Niger. Imarana Seyni scored the game's first goal in the eleventh minute to get Harouna Doula's team off to a good start. Soumana Hainikoye scored the game-winning goal in the early going of the second half to put an end to any further suspense. The Dama Gazelle have gotten themselves back on track after starting their season in the African Nations Championship with a goalless draw against Congo. Since then, they have won both of their subsequent matches, which has put them back on track. Niger is currently on a run of three consecutive clean sheets for the first time in over two years. In order to achieve their goal of adding yet another feather to their cap, they will be looking to keep things tight at the back of the defense.
Expert Betting Tips
Both clubs' defenses have been nearly impregnable as of late, so we are expecting a tense and cautious contest between the two of them. Even so, Algeria has our full support as they try to reach their goals and continue to seek glory on their own land.