AFON 2022 odds: here are the best AFCON betting odds 2021!
Best AFCON odds 2022? What are the best AFCON betting odds 2021? AFCON 2022 winner odds? We are soon the witness the 33rd edition of AFCON. This year, Cameroon will host the African Cup of Nations tournament. Here you find all info and facts you need to know about AFCON 2022 odds and the African Cup of Nation tournament. Watch & Bet on AFCON live >
Africa Cup of Nations betting odds 2022
In 2018, CAF stripped Cameroon from hosting the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations. Later, CAF President Ahmad Ahmad said that Cameroon had agreed to host the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations. Consequently, Ivory Coast, original hosts of 2021, will host the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations, and Guinea, original hosts of 2023, will host the 2025 Africa Cup of Nations.
Egypt are the most successful team in AFCON history, have a very good chance of lifting their 8th AFCON title. The Pharaohs came very close to lifting the trophy in 2017 but a late winner from Cameroon’s Vincent Aboubakar foiled their chances. Egypt have some really good footballers and Mohamed Salah will be hoping to produce a memorable performance for his country. Watch & Bet Live Here =>
However, there are many more teams to look out for. We can’t underestimate Algeria who won the title last time by beating Senegal in the final.
Meanwhile, Senegal are top favourites again. They have players likes Sadio Mané, Ismaïla Sarr, Gana Gueye, Kalidou Koulibaly and Edouard Mendy. Other teams to look out for are Nigeria, host nations Cameroon, Ivory Coast and Morocco.
Expectations from the hosts aren’t very high but they have some really good players who can give their opponents a run for their money.
Morocco have some terrific players, particularly Hakim Ziyech who is easily among the best African footballers on the planet. Hence, they have a chance of winning their first AFCON since 1976. Watch & Bet Live Here =>
AFCON betting odds 2022
The winner of the 2021 African Cup of Nations according to odds? There are some very impressive teams that have some world-class footballers who play their trade in some of the world’s biggest clubs like Liverpool, Napoli, Arsenal, Porto, Borussia Dortmund, Chelsea, Ajax and PSG.
This is the second African Cup of Nations that has 2 teams, following the format used in the UEFA European Championships and the AFC Asian Cup. Many have tipped Egypt to win the tournament while Senegal, Morocco and Tunisia also have good chances. Watch & Bet Live Here =>
2021 Africa Cup of Nations winner odds
Which team will win the AFCON 2021 based on the odds? Below are the AFCON 2022 odds for the upcoming African Cup of Nation event at Cameroon:
Africa Cup of Nations odds updated 31 January 2022. More AFCON betting odds coming soon!
2021 African Cup of Nations winner odds
Defending champions Algeria (15.00) were favorites to win the Africa Cup of Nations 2021. But after their elimination, Senegal (8.00) are currently the favourites to lift the trophy for the first time.
Salah’s Egypt (3.75) will also challenge for the trophy and they are third favourites in AFCON 2021.
Odds to win AFCON 2022 – who is the favorite to win Africa Cup of Nations 2021?
Group A should see hosts Cameroon easily advancing with Burkina Faso ending in second place.
Senegal are heavy favorites to win Group B. They reached the final in 2019 and will look to go one better this time. They should win all three games in their group.
Morocco are in good form at present, having won all their games in the World Cup qualifying group. Meanwhile, Ghana have won this tournament four times, and they might freak into the knockout from Group C.
Group D has two strong favourites Nigeria and Egypt so they both should qualify for the knockouts. It will be a good fight between two sides to finish top in their respective group.
Group E is also pretty clear with having defending champions Algeria and in-from Ivory Coast (last won the title in 2015).
2004 winners Tunisia are in good form and they should crack knock out stage easily. Meanwhile, Mali are also in good form and they should be the second team to qualify from Group F.
For the remaining four places in the last 16, Gabon, Cape Verde Sudan and Gambia can take those spots. Watch & Bet Live Here =>
So who will win AFCON 2021 according to the betting odds?
Many top betting sites like bet365 and Unibet consider Egypt (8.50) the favorites to win the tournament and why shouldn’t they? Egypt has one of the best footballers in the world in Mo Salah who has been in sensational form for Liverpool ever since he joined the club from Roma. Besides Salah, Egypt also has some very talented and experienced footballers who know what it takes to play at this level. Watch & Bet Live Here =>
Senegal (8.00) is another team to be wary of. The Lions of Teranga came agonisingly close to reaching the knockout stages of the World Cup. However, Yerry Mina and Fair Play prevented them from doing so. Senegal are a team with a bunch of talent. The club has arguably the best winger in the world in Sadio Mane and one of the best defenders in the world in Kalidou Koulibaly amongst other stars.
Teams like Algeria (6.00), Ivory Coast (10.00), Morocco (15.00), Tunisia (15.00), Nigeria (12.00) can also be dangerous this year. Ivory Coast have always boasted of world-class talent and this year, they’ll have Nicolas Pepe at front. Pepe has been sensational for Chelsea in the Premier League and Ivory Coast will be hoping that the winger can help them do well at the tournament.
Morocco have some very fine players in Medhi Benatia, Noussair Mazraoui and of course, Hakim Ziyech who has been sensational for Arsenal. Tunisia who are coached by Mondher Kebaier could also be dangerous at the tournament.
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