Africa Cup of Nations predictions

Africa Cup of Nations 2022

The CAF Africa Cup of Nations (CAN), also known as AFCON, is the main international men’s national football team competition in Africa under the Confederation of African Football (CAF). It is currently known as the Total Africa Cup of Nations due to sponsorship. The first edition was held in 1957 and since 1968 the tournament has been held every 2 years. Since 2013, AFCON was switched to odd-numbered years.

The Total Energies 2021 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON 2021, CAN 2021) was originally scheduled to be held in June/July 2021 before CAF moved it to Jan/Feb 2021 for climatic reasons. They were then forced to postpone the tournament to Jan/Feb 2022 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. AFCON 2021 will now be held from 9 January to 6 February 2022 and will be hosted by Cameroon.

Find the best football betting tips for the Africa Cup of Nations (CAN). Our analysts provide predictions for today and tomorrow.

Africa Cup of Nations betting tips

Cameroon vs Comoros betting predictions
Guinea vs Gambia betting tips
Nigeria vs Tunisia betting prediction
Burkina Faso vs Gabon betting tips
Mali vs Mautitania betting predictions
Ivory Coast vs Algeria betting predictions
Egypt vs Sudan betting predictions
Guinea Bissau vs Nigeria betting tips
Ghana vs Comoros betting tip
Gabon vs Morocco betting tips
Malawi vs Senegal betting prediction
Cape Verde vs Cameroon betting tips

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Africa Cup of Nations predictions

Africa Cup of Nations Fixtures & Results

Group Stage:

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*All Kick-off times are in GMT+3

Group Date Time* Match Result
A Sun, 09.01.22 7:00PM Cameroon – Burkina Faso 2:1
A Sun, 09.01.22 10:00PM Ethiopia – Cape Verde 0:1
B Mon, 10.01.22 4:00PM Senegal – Zimbabwe 1:0
B Mon, 10.01.22 7:00PM Guinea – Malawi 1:0
C Mon, 10.01.22 7:00PM Morocco – Ghana 1:0
C Mon, 10.01.22 10:00PM Comoros – Gabon 0:1
E Tue, 11.01.22 4:00PM Algeria – Sierra Leone 0:0
D Tue, 11.01.22 7:00PM Nigeria – Egypt 1:0
D Tue, 11.01.22 10:00PM Sudan – Guinea Bissau 0:0
F Wed, 12.01.22 4:00PM Tunisia – Mali 0:1
F Wed, 12.01.22 7:00PM Mauritania – Gambia 0:1
E Wed, 12.01.22 10:00PM Equatorial Guinea – Ivory Coast 0:1
A Thu, 13.01.22 7:00PM Cameroon – Ethiopia 4:1
A Thu, 13.01.22 10:00PM Cape Verde – Burkina Faso 0:1
B Fri, 14.01.22 4:00PM Senegal – Guinea 0:0
B Fri, 14.01.22 7:00PM Malawi – Zimbabwe 2:1
C Fri, 14.01.22 7:00PM Morocco – Comoros 2:0
C Fri, 14.01.22 10:00PM Gabon – Ghana 1:1
D Sat, 15.01.22 7:00PM Nigeria – Sudan 3:1
D Sat, 15.01.22 10:00PM Guinea-Bissau – Egypt 0:1
F Sun, 16.01.22 4:00PM Gambia – Mali 1:1
E Sun, 16.01.22 7:00PM Ivory Coast – Sierra Leone 2:2
F Sun, 16.01.22 7:00PM Tunisia – Mauritania 4:0
E Sun, 16.01.22 10:00PM Algeria – Equatorial Guinea 0:1
A Mon, 17.01.22 7:00PM Burkina Faso – Ethiopia 1:1
A Mon, 17.01.22 7:00PM Cape Verde – Cameroon 1:1
B Tue, 18.01.22 7:00PM Malawi – Senegal 0:0
B Tue, 18.01.22 7:00PM Zimbabwe – Guinea 2:1
C Tue, 18.01.22 10:00PM Gabon – Morocco 2:2
C Tue, 18.01.22 10:00PM Ghana – Comoros 2:3
D Wed, 19.01.22 10:00PM Egypt – Sudan 1:0
D Wed, 19.01.22 10:00PM Guinea-Bissau – Nigeria 0:2
E Thu, 20.01.22 7:00PM Ivory Coast – Algeria -:-
E Thu, 20.01.22 7:00PM Sierra Leone – Equatorial Guinea -:-
F Thu, 20.01.22 10:00PM Gambia – Tunisia -:-
F Thu, 20.01.22 10:00PM Mali – Mauritania -:-

Knock out Stage

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*All Kick-off times are in GMT+3

Round Date Time* Match Result
Last 16 23.01.22 7:00PM A2 – C2 -:-
Last 16 23.01.22 10:00PM D1 – B/E/F3 -:-
Last 16 24.01.22 7:00PM B2 – F2 -:-
Last 16 24.01.22 10:00PM A1 – C/D/E3 -:-
Last 16 25.01.22 7:00PM B1 – A/C/D3 -:-
Last 16 25.01.22 10:00PM C1 – A/B/F3 -:-
Last 16 26.01.22 7:00PM E1 – D2 -:-
Last 16 26.01.22 10:00PM F1 – E2 -:-
QF 29.01.2 7:00PM R16 winner 4 – R16 winner 3 -:-
QF 29.01.22 10:00PM R16 winner 1 – R16 winner 2 -:-
QF 30.01.22 7:00PM R16 winner 7 – R16 winner 6 -:-
QF 30.01.22 10:00PM R16 winner 5 – R16 winner 8 -:-
SF 02.02.22 7:00PM QF1 winner – QF4 winner -:-
SF 03.02.22 10:00PM QF2 winner – QF3 winner -:-
Place 3 06.02.22 7:00PM SF1 loser – SF2 loser -:-
Final 06.02.22 10:00PM SF1 winner – SF2 winner -:-

Africa Cup of Nations bets & odds

There are a wide range of bets that you will be able to place on the upcoming Afcon 2021 matches. For a tournament like this, you can try your hand at long term bets. This involves placing bets on outcomes that you will have to wait for quite a while before they are settled. For example, for Afcon 2021 you can bet on which team will be the winner or player to be the tournament’s top scorer/best player. If you place long term bets before the tournament starts, you stand to enjoy bigger odds than once the tournament kicks off.

Africa Cup of Nations Host Cities & Stadiums

The Africa Cup of Nations 2021 will be held in 6 different venues located in 5 cities across Cameroon. The capital Yaounde has 2 stadia – the Olembe Stadium and Stade Ahmadou Ahidjo stadium. Other venues include Japoma Stadium in Douala, the Limbe Stadium in Limbe, the Kouekong Stadium in Bafoussam, and the Roumde Adjia Stadium in Garoua. Olembe Stadium in Yaounde will host the opening ceremony and the final match of the tournament.

Africa Cup of Nations Groups

AFCON 2021 will comprise 24 teams in 6 groups (A to F), with four teams in each of the groups. The hosts, Cameroon, are placed in Group A. While defending champions, Algeria, are drawn in Group E. 

Group A: Cameroon, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Cape verde
Group B: Senegal, Zimbabwe, Guinea, Malawi
Group C: Morocco, Ghana, Comoros, Gabon
Group D: Nigeria, Egypt, Sudan, Guinea-Bissau
Group E: Algeria, Sierra Leone, Equatorial Guinea, Ivory Coast
Group F: Tunisia, Mali, Mauritania, Gambia

The group matches will be played on 9th – 20th January, 2022.

The top two teams in each group as well as the the four third best finishers in the various groups will advanced to the round of 16. 

Africa Cup of Nations Tournament Rules

The tournament will have 24 teams divided into 6 groups of four teams each. The teams in each group will play each other in a single round robin format and be ranked according to their performance. The top 2 teams from each group will advance to the round of 16 where they will be joined by the top four 3rd-placed teams from the groups. From the Round of 16 onwards, the teams are paired to play each other and the winners proceed to the quarter-finals, semi-finals, and eventually the finals. Before the final match there will be a 3rd-place play-off match between the 2 semi-finals losers.

In the group stage, teams are ranked on points. In case two or more teams tie on points, the head-to-head matches are first considered, followed by goal differences, and then goals scored. If there are teams tied after all these considerations, there will be drawing of lots to determine which of the teams proceed.

Africa Cup of Nations Qualification

A total of 52 teams entered the qualification round for the AFCON 2021 tournament. The teams were seeded based upon their June 2019 FIFA World Rankings. This saw 44 teams going directly to the group stage while the remaining 8 had to play a preliminary round to determine the winners to join the group stage of qualification. The final 48 teams were drawn into 12 groups of 4 teams each. The teams in each group played each other in a home-and-away format, and the top 2 teams from each group qualified for the tournament proper.

Tips and forecasts including the following bets:

Single bets + odds predictions

Casual 1×2 bets, double chance, over & under and correct score bets. Moreover halftime/fulltime, number of goal and handicap bets. If applicable, we will go even deeper and provide even more special bets and odds.

Accumulator bets + odds predictions

If we find out that it is even more clever to place a combination of bets instead of just a single bet, we will suggest that to you. Bear in mind, a combination of bets can increase your winnings substantially as odds multiply!

System bets + odds

If the situation is like this: Favorites are very likely to win, this means that odds will be comparatively low. In this case we would suggest you should take the risk and place a 2 out of 3 systembet. That means you combine 3 matches to a system bet! Take 2 banker bets (2 favorites with low odds) and 1 more risky bet on an outsider that is in good shape. If the outsider wins and one of the other 2 bets as well, you can increase your winnings substantially. If the risky bet goes wrong, you still will have the 2 banker bets and you can win as well.

What do we analyze for Africa Cup tips?

Our betting professionals are taking great effort and spend a lot of time analyzing matches. This means you can benefit from their expertise without spending too much time! Grab this chance and make big winnings in short time.

Our experts are looking at statistics like: home and away results of previous matches, possible squads and recent performance, injured or booked key players and a lot more.

Moreover, all this information will be combined with betting facts like odds of different bookmakers. Find analysis for the likelihood of a certain results and discover sure bets and value bets. In the end our editors will be able to provide the best bets for a certain match with the highest return on investment.

For whom are Africa Cup tips made?

Especially for our users from African countries like Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda but also for users from other African countries.

We want to provide our free football betting tips and analysis for people with little time and lower experience in betting! We do all the hard data digging work for you and you will get the result! The only thing you have to do is to read our prediction and place your bet.

More info about Africa Cup

The Africa Cup of Nations is the biggest football event on the African continent organized by the CAF (Confédération Africaine de Football).

Unlike the European Championship, the “Africa Cup of Nations”, better known as the Africa Cup, does not take place every four but every two years. Around June/July (sometimes also January/February) , the best football nations from the second largest continent meet to play out their winners. The Africa Cup was played for the first time in 1957, when Egypt prevailed. The tournament has been played every two years since 1968, and 16 teams have participated since 1998. In 2019, 24 African national teams took part for the first time.

The playing mode

Preliminary round consists of 6 groups with 4 teams each. The winner and runner up of each group, plus 4 best teams on 3rd place, qualify for the round of 16. From this stage onwards the Africa Cup is played in knockout mode until the final.

Record holders

Record winner of the Africa Cup is Egypt with 7 titles – with 3 consecutive wins in 2006, 2008 and 2010. Second in the list of winners is Cameroon with 5 titles and third is Ghana with 4 titles.

Current title holder is Algeria with a win over Senegal in the 2019 Final in Egypt.

The next Africa Cup of Nations is taking place in Cameroon 2021

More about Africa Cup betting

The Africa Cup is one of the major football events on the African Continent. Therefore, bookmakers offer a huge number of bets on all matches of the Cup. All bookies and all teams participating in the Africa Cup are closely watched by different authorities and fraudulent behavior is very unlikely – you can consider your bets safe.

Please note that our tips are just hints – make up your own mind and do not follow our predictions blindly