- AFCON 2019 quarterfinal ties will begin on Wednesday, July 10, with Senegal facing Benin in the first game
- Super Eagles of Nigeria will also face bitter rivals South Africa in the second game of the day
- And ahead of these two clashes, Teranga Lions of Senegal have been tipped to win the AFCON 2019 title
Senegal have been tipped by bookmakers to win the 2019 African Cup of Nations which is currently in the quarterfinal stages in Egypt.
After the elimination of reigning champions Cameroon and hosts Egypt, attention now shifts to the likes of Nigeria, Ivory Coast, Senegal and Algeria.
The Teranga Lions of Senegal finished as second best in Group C behind Algeria who topped the Group with maximum nine points.
Sadio Mane has been impressive so far in this championship for Senegal and his people will look forward for him to shine when they meet Benin Republic.
Senegal will face Benin Republic in their quarterfinal AFCON 2019 game on Wednesday, July 10, in what is expected to be a tough clash.
And ahead of the encounter, below is the odd for the game as predicted by bookmakers
1. Senegal with 7/4
2. Algeria with 7/2
3. Ivory Coast with 5/1
4. Nigeria with 5/1
5. Tunisia with 7/1
6. South Africa with 14/1
7. Madagascar with 25/1
8. Benin with 33/1
Meanwhile, in the other quarterfinal game which will be played on Wednesday, July, 10, Super Eagles of Nigeria will face familiar foes South Africa in Cairo.
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Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Nigeria and South Africa will renew their rivalry at the quarterfinal stage of the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations championship in Egypt on Wednesday, July 10.
Though, Nigeria have a better head-to-head record over Stuart Baxter's men, the Bafana Bafana have not lost a single game to the Super Eagles in their last five matches.
The two countries have met 13 times in all competitions with the three time African champions claiming six wins and lost just two while the remaining five had ended in draws.
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