Uganda vs Zimbabwe Betting Tips
- Updated: 26th June 2019
Uganda vs Zimbabwe – Cup of African Nations : This Wednesday, June 26th, at 18:00
Uganda and Zimbabwe face off at Cairo International Stadium
on a match of the 2nd round of the Group A of Cup of African Nations.
The Ugandan side, despite not having the tradition of the others in the continent, have been slowly improving their football, so much that they almost ensured a spot in the last World Cup.
They are going through a consistent moment of form, with 2 victories, 2 draws and 1 loss on their last 5 matches. They have played in the COSAFA Cup, but they’ve lost twice on penalties after a draw in regulation, by 0-0 against Lesotho and by 1-1 against South Africa.
On the qualification stage, they closed out with a loss against Tanzania away from home by 3-0. However, they have beaten Ivory Coast by 1-0 on a friendly and on their debut in the group stage, they have won by 2-0 against Congo DR.
As hosts, on their last 10 matches, they are coming off 4 victories, 3 draws and 3 losses, scoring 11 goals and conceding 6.
With the good display crowned with the goal, the highlight goes to the attacker Patrick Kaddu. As for Zimbabwe, despite their technical limitations, they will try their best to advance, even if they advance as the 3rd best placed team.
They’ve shown they are very strong at home, but now, on neutral ground, they will have to surpass themselves. On the last 5 matches, their record was 3 draws and 2 defeats.
They’ve played in the COSAFA Cup, drawing 0-0 against Zambia but then losing on penalties in one of the matches and then getting another draw, this time by 2-2 against Lesotho, but then winning on penalties. Then, they got 2 more draws in 2 friendlies, the first one goalless against Nigeria and the 2nd one by 1-1 against Tanzania.
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Uganda vs Zimbabwe – Betting Tip and Prediction: :
On their debut, they played rough, but they ended up losing to the hosts Egypt by 1-0. As visitors, they are coming off a 1 victory, 6 draws and 3 losses, with 12 goals scored and 11 goals conceded. The team’s stand-out player is the midfielder Khama Billiat.
These are two teams that got off to two different starts in the CAN. Uganda got off to a victory and that brings a certain comfort to the team, while Zimbabwe lost against the hosts Egypt, which means they come into this match a bit more desperate.
Zimbabwe lost but they didn’t play poorly, and I believe that they won’t abandon their usual playstyle here. I expect a defensive approach and a low-scoring affair here.
|Betting Tips and Prediction||Odd||Bookmaker||Status|
|Under 2.5 goals|