Stadium: FrancisTown Stadium
Time: 05.06.2022, 04:00 PM
The Southern African side have only played in this tournament once. They head into this match at the back of a three games losing streaks with recent setback being against Kenya when they failed to seize their chances and were punished in the 54th minute after Saleh Al Taher’s penalty missed somehow find the back of the net after a rebound shot.
The Zebras have only won two games in the last five matches with both wins coming from two weaker teams.
They are ranked 148th in the world according to FIFA and have earned two wins, a draw and two losses in the last five matches both home and away.
The Northern African side will travel down to the Southern Part of the continent to fight for points after their convincing home win in the first match. They sit 1st on the log after scoring four unanswered goals against Equatorial Guinea. Despite playing the first 45 minutes without a goal, it poured in the second half when Zamalek Centre Forward inspired the home team with his two important goals in the second half. The four goals on matchday 1 ensured the home team assumed the first spot on the table.
Tunisia are ranked 35th on FIFA ratings and have lost once in the last five matches with three wins and a draw.
Expert Betting Tips
Both teams met in the 2014 edition of the CAF qualifications as Tunisia won (2-1) at home and Botswana ensured points were shared in front of their home fans.
Tunisia have not been defeated in seven consecutive Africa Cup of Nations qualification games — picking up six wins and one draw — stretching back to last year's qualifiers, where they enjoyed an unbeaten campaign.
Tunisia won't find it easy but will definitely come out victorious here for 1.70.
Tunisia have a better coach and a crop of experienced players in their cart. Bet on Tunisia to score first for 1.45.
Bet on an away win and under 3.5 for the visitors for 2.01.