Stadium: Bingu National Stadium
Time: 21.11.2023, 04:00 PM
Malawi will lock horns against the Atlas Lions at the Bingu National Stadium on Tuesday. Tunisia would love to win back-to-back games as they battle it out with a stiff Malawian team tomorrow.Grab Your Signup Bonus!
FIFA Ranking: 123th
Last five games: LDDDW
After six games without a breakthrough, Malawi won against Liberia in their opening FIFA World Cup qualifier. Chifundo Mphasi scored the only goal that won the Flames their first three points in this tournament.
Malawi ended their AFCON Qualifying campaign in third place, picking up five points from a possible eighteen.
The Flames have been poor since their appearance in the AFCON Tournament last year and have a stern test against Tunisia tomorrow.
FIFA Ranking: 32th
Last five games: DWWLW
The Atlas Lions nosedived three places down in the FIFA rankings following their back-to-back defeats against South Korea and Japan. However, they bounced back from their recent woes with a commanding performance against São Tomé in their opening game. Tunisia scored for times without a response from their poor opponent as they sit in second spot on the log.
Tunisia are among the sides that’ll play in the AFCON Tournament next year after picking up thirteen points from a possible eighteen in the qualifying round. Tunisia boasts of the best defence in the competition, conceding just once.
Expert Betting Tips
The Malawian side are dominated mainly by teams playing in their local leagues, compared with the visitors, who boast of players playing in foreign leagues. Malawi's win against Liberia would have given the hosts some sort of confidence; however, Tunisia would be the better side here, considering the quality of their squad. We believe the Atlas Lions will exert dominance here; bet on an away win for 1.65.
We expect a BTTS No here, as Tunisia will be strong defensively.
Tunisia might even secure a halftime victory here for 2.25.