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Tunisia vs Mali Predictions

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Both Teams To Score - No and Under 2.5 Match Goals

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Tunisia 1-0

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Tunisia vs Mali Predictions

  • Each of the last four games to feature Tunisia contained under 2.5 goals, as did each of Mali’s last six outings.
  • None of Tunisia’s last eight matches, a sequence which contains two games against Mali, have seen goals at both ends.
  • Only one of Mali’s last 12 matches, meanwhile, has seen both teams score, a run which stretches back to June 2021.

Tense second leg awaits Tunisia as trip to Qatar awaits

Moussa Sissako’s own goal handed Tunisia a crucial win over Mali on Friday, meaning the Eagles of Carthage are halfway to qualifying for just their second World Cup since 2006. Jalel Kadri’s team, who exited January’s Africa Cup of Nations at the quarter-final stage, will hope to show their solidity once again in Tuesday’s crucial first leg, having seen just four goals scored in their last four games.

Indeed, none of Tunisia’s last eight games have seen goals at both ends, and only one of those matches, a 4-0 thrashing of minnows Mauritania, saw a tally of over 2.5 goals scored. Tunisia have even played Mali twice during that run, earning revenge for January’s 1-0 AFCON loss with their equally tight 1-0 win just days ago, so punters have a plethora of past meetings to go off when eyeing up their punts for Tuesday.

Despite their underwhelming AFCON campaign ending with a penalty shoot-out defeat to Equatorial Guinea, Mali conceded just once in four games at the tournament. Only one of the visitors’ last 12 games has seen both teams score, and all of their last six games contained under 2.5 goals. Meanwhile, the last four head-to-head meetings between the two nations have produced a total of just five goals, with each of the last three ending 1-0 either way.

Nervous contest awaits solid outfits, but Eagles should have enough

Given the remarkably tight nature of games featuring both Tunisia and Mali over the last couple of years, as well as the dreadfully short prices punters will be subjected to if opposing both teams to score or banking on under 2,5 goals, a smart punt could be to combine the two bets, keeping a 0-0 draw, as well as 1-0 or 2-0 wins for either side, in play.

Meanwhile, Tunisia won all of their home games at the last stage of World Cup qualification, and should have enough about them to seal their place in Qatar, with a 1-0 win looking a decent correct score prediction.

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