Algeria vs Mali Match Analysis & Prediction
16/11/2022 10:30 pm
Algeria and Mali will clash in the first two international friendlies on Wednesday in three days. The teams have been drawn from this year’s World Cup, so they will be looking to use the matches as a warm-up for next summer’s tournament.
Algeria defeated a tough opponent in Syria on Sunday, emerging victorious 1-0. Houssem Mrezigue scored the sole goal of the match in the 70th minute; that was enough for Djamel Belmadi’s men to get the job done in what turned out to be a tight affair.
As a result, Algeria has emerged victorious in their last 11 matches, while they are yet to taste defeat in 13 outings overall.
The Fennec Foxes will have next up an opposition outfit with four losses in the most recent five meetings between the teams, the most recent of which was a 4-0 demolition.
Malian football fans will be hoping their team can bounce back from a heavy defeat by Algeria, after which they fell to a 4-0 loss on October 29.
The hosts went in front just shy of the half-hour mark, but further goals from Abderrahmane Meziane, Aymen Mahious, and Akram Djahnit sealed the deal.
Mali’s last defeat was against Tunisia on November 11, where they lost 1-0 in their first-leg World Cup qualifying match. Now The Eagles are looking for a victory before their African Nations Championship campaign starts in January.
Algeria vs. Mali Head to head
Both sides have nine games against each other with the hosts taking six wins while the visitors with two wins, while one game ending in a draw.
Algeria Team News
Algeria’s Djamel Belmadi has named a strong 24-man squad for his nation’s upcoming friendlies, with the likes of Riyad Mahrez and Islam Slimani cutting. Currently sitting five goals clear at Algeria’s all-time scoring chart, 34-year-old Slimani will be looking to deliver the goods again.
Algeria 's Last 5 Matches
09/06/2022Algeria3DR Congo0International Friendlies
Mali Team News
Like Chelle’s opposing number, Mali’s Eric Chelle has also opted for a strong crop of players headlined by Cheick Doucore, Sekou Koita, and Amadou Haidara. Since moving to Crystal Palace last summer, Doucoure has been a key performer for his new employers in the middle of the park.
Mali 's Last 5 Matches
25/03/2022Mali0Tunisia1World Cup Qualifiers
Algeria vs. Mali : Odds and Predictions
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