Top 5 bets for the week: Africa Cup of Nation, Copa America

The final round of group fixtures in the Africa Cup of Nations will continue through the week and we have gone through the odds to find you the top five picks. Bet on football here.

Kenya v Senegal – Over 2.5 Goals – 2.40

Kenya and Senegal will both be looking to wrap up their group stage campaign at the Africa Cup of Nations with a win when they meet tonight. Both need a win as they have both accumulated three points and a win for either side will take them through to the last 16. Kenya have struggled defensively in their last few matches and have conceded two goals in their two matches at the 2019 AFCON. The last meeting between these sides ended 3-0 in favour of Senegal and with their attacking threat you can expect more of the same here.

South Africa v Morocco – Away Win- 2.25

South Africa will be playing host to Morocco as they also seek to confirm their place in the next round of fixtures. Morocco are already through to the next round, but will they wrap up the first stage with a 100% record? South Africa were able to return to winning ways in their last game, claiming a 1-0 victory over Namibia but Morocco will present a different prospect altogether. Morocco should have too much class for South Africa, having ground out a perfect six points from their first two matches.

Guinea-Bissau – Under 2.5 Goals – 1.55

Ghana would have been happy to share a group with Benin and Guinea Bissau, though the Ghanaians have struggled to live up to expectations so far. The Black Stars have not exactly fired on all cylinders in the final third and they have had to rely on the individual quality for goals in this tournament. Admittedly Ghana are the superior team and they are likely to come out on top here but this tournament has largely seen Under 2.5 Goals and that looks to be on the cards here.

Angola v Mali – Both Teams to Score – 2.30

Mali are in a healthy position after picking up a win and a draw from their first two matches at AFCON 2019 and they have an opportunity to extend their run against Angola. Their opponents have drawn their first two matches and they will be looking for an opportunity to better their result here. This tournament has not witnessed goals aplenty, with only seven of the 28 games played seeing goals at both ends. However, both teams will be keen on attacking as Mali are playing for top spot, while the Angolans will want to progress in second place rather than rely on the lottery of qualifying as one of the best third-placed sides.

Brazil v Argentina – Both Teams to Score No -1.70

Brazil face Argentina in a crunch Copa America semi final where both teams will be hoping to upset the other for a spot in the final. The hosts have dominated recent head to head battles against Argentina and they have the home advantage to bank on.  Brazil have kept 12 clean sheets in their last 14 matches and the same is true in three of Argentina’s last five. Whereas both sides have good attacking players recent form points to Both Teams to Score No and you can back that for this match.