Niger vs Ghana
Miloud Hadefi Stadium
Niger and Ghana, both of which got off to difficult beginnings in the 2023 African Nations Championship, will go head-to-head on Saturday with the goal of getting one step closer to winning the tournament and claiming the title of champions. The winner of this match will earn a spot in the semifinals, where they will face Algeria in a matchup to determine who will advance to the CHAN final game this year.Claim Your Welcome Bonus!
Niger - hoping to get to the next round
Niger earned their spot in the knockout stages of the African Nations Championship on Tuesday after claiming a hard-fought 1-0 victory over Cameroon at the Miloud Hadefi Stadium. This victory allowed Niger to advance to the next round of the competition. The guys led by Harouna Doula spent the bulk of the game with their backs against the wall, but they were able to maintain their composure and keep themselves in the game until Ousseini Badamassi scored in the 69th minute to deliver three points that were extremely important. The Dama Gazelle finished first in their group after accumulating four points from their two matches in Group E, despite the fact that Cameroon was only one point behind them in the standings. Niger will be feeling confident of gaining yet another feather in their cap despite the fact that they have already tied their best-ever finish at this level, which occurred in the edition that took place in 2011.
Ghana - Black Stars look very solid
Last week on Thursday, Ghana finished their participation in the group stage with a victory over the Secretary Birds of Sudan by a score of 3-1 at the Stadium Mohamed Hamlaoui. After falling behind following the game's first goal scored by Al-Gozoli Nooh, the team managed to come back and win thanks to a goal scored by Konadu Yiadom. Further goals scored by Daniel Afriyie and Seidu Suraj completed the comeback. The Black Stars were supposed to play Morocco on Sunday, but Morocco did not participate in this year's event, so the three points that were supposed to go to Morocco have been granted to the Black Stars instead. As a consequence of this, Ghana has ended in second place in Group C with six points from three matches, trailing Madagascar by three points. Madagascar is one of only two teams that are currently undefeated in the CHAN. Following this, the West Africans will face the challenge posed by an adversarial group that has been defeated in each of the subsequent two confrontations between the teams since coming out on top in the initial contest between the teams.
Expert Betting Tips
Ghana has a greater amount of experience competing at this level, and they are confident in their ability to win. In spite of the fact that we anticipate that Niger will give them a run for their money, we are putting our money on Ghana to win the match, albeit by a razor-thin margin.