South Sudan vs Mali Prediction, Betting Tips, Odds & Match Preview. Our betting experts at Trendsinfoo Football preview the Africa Cup of Nations between South Sudan and Mali, providing team statistics, match history, and the best betting suggestions for the match.
South Sudan vs Mali Prediction
Off the back of a resounding victory last time out, Mali will head into this one full of confidence. The away side also boasts a significantly better squad than their hosts, and we are backing them to claim all three points.
South Sudan VS Mali Prediction: TrendsInfoo SAYS
Scoreline prediction: South Sudan 2-1 Mali
South Sudan VS Mali ODDS
- HT/FT – Mali/Mali @ 2.00 Odd
- Correct Full-time Score: Mali 2-0 @ 5.00 Odd.
South Sudan VS Mali HEAD-TO-HEAD
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South Sudan vs Mali Betting Tips
Mali remain undefeated in 8 of their last 12 away games, excluding major tournaments. They now come here with an unbeaten record of 6 away games in various competitions.
Meanwhile, South Sudan have lost 16 of their last 17 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers since March 2016 and that indicates their poor record this campaign. They haven’t won against this opponent in any of their previous h2h meetings either.
We anticipate that the visitors will back each other up to emerge victorious and continue their already established dominance in this Thursday’s match.
South Sudan vs Mali Match Preview:
Mali claimed a resounding 4-0 win over Congo at the Stade du 26 Mars on Saturday to start their AFCON qualifying journey on a positive note.
Mohamed Magassouba’s men got the job done inside the opening 45 minutes when an El Bilal Toure brace sandwiched between goals from Mohamed Camara and Kalifa Coulibaly effectively ended the game before half-time.
Les Aigles have now snapped a three match winless streak in grand style and will be looking to pick up where they left off in Bamako.
Next up is a clash against an opposing team that has lost each of the previous four meetings between the teams by a combined score of 11-0.
Unbeaten in eight of their last 12 away games, excluding major tournaments, Thursday’s visitors will back off to emerge victorious and continue their already established dominance in this fixture.
South Sudan fell to a narrow 1-0 loss to Gambia’s Scorpions in Saturday’s Group G match at the Stade Lat Dior.
The match was decided in the fourth minute of first-half stoppage time when Ablie Jallow opened the scoring to put Stefano Cusin’s men to the sword.
Consequently, the Bright Stars have now lost every five of their last seven outings since March 2021. The only wins in that time came in the AFCON preliminary qualifying round against Djibouti.
Already with a few things to do to catch up, Thursday’s visitors will need to come away with all three points in this one to kick-start their qualifying journey.