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AFCON Match Preview : Burkina Faso vs Egypt

Wednesday, February 1st, 2017

The Burkina Faso side, coach by Paul Duarte have improved with each passing game and will fancy their chances against Egypt on Wednesday.

Egypt have been one of the most consistent sides in the tournament, though not flashy by any means, their effectiveness has seen them win all their games bar the first group game that they drew with Mali.

An added spice to the equation is that Egypt is the only team in the tournament yet to concede a goal while Burkina Faso has scored in all their games.

Ahmed Hegazi has been colossal for the North Africans in the centre of defence and he will also be counted upon to lock out an impressive Burkinabe attack. Win big on NaijaBet.com

It will be a clash of two teams with contrasting styles. Burkina Faso’s counter-attacking, compact defending game against an Egyptian side who love to play expansive football under Hector Cuper.

Team News

Burkina Faso – has also been strong defensively with a solid defensive line of Issoufou Dayo, Bakary Kone and Yacouba Coulibaly. (more…)

Match Preview : Hull vs Manchester United

Thursday, January 26th, 2017

hull vs man united

Hull have a mountain to climb to overcome the 2-0 deficit from the first leg of their FA Cup semi final against Manchester United. The Tigers have lost 12 of their last 13 matches against United in all competitions and haven’t even scored a single goal in any of their last four.

United are unbeaten in their last 17 matches in all competitions but have drawn each of their last two 1-1. They haven’t lost away from home since the start of November and will be confident of going through in this game, but will want to kill the tie quickly.

Missing clear-cut chances has proved United’s undoing this season and that will be a concern for Jose Mourinho. Place you Bet on NaijaBet.com

Team News

Hull – Ryan Mason suffered a life-threating injury in their 2-0 defeat to Chelsea on Sunday and there will be out for the foreseeable future. (more…)