Ivory Coast to beat Namibia & Under 3.5 goals (17:00)

Both of Ivory Coast’s matches have finished 1-0 so far, so goals will be at a premium when they play Namibia.

Les Elephants should win, though, having done so in five of their last seven games.

Namibia have lost both of their matches 1-0, and have only avoided defeat against Mozambique and Seychelles in 2019.

BTTS: No in South Africa v Morocco (17:00)

BTTS has landed in one of the 12 matches to kick off before 21:00 BST in this tournament.

All four matches involving these sides so far have finished 1-0, so that trend seems sure to continue.

Six of Morocco’s last seven matches have featured fewer than two goals, as have all of South Africa’s last four.

Kenya to score v Senegal (20:00)

Goals have been much more common in the evening kick-offs, never less than in Kenya’s 3-2 win over Tanzania on Thursday.

Sebastien Migne’s side have scored in six of their last nine matches, and must win this game to stand a chance of qualification.

Senegal lost 1-0 to Algeria on Thursday, and are a good bet to concede at least one again here.

Algeria to beat Tanzania & Over 1.5 goals (20:00)

In another evening game, Algeria can go one better than that 1-0 victory over Senegal.

Five of their six previous matches have featured more than one goal, including in their 2-0 win over Kenya last Sunday.

Tanzania were beaten 2-0 by Senegal last weekend, before losing 3-2 to Kenya in their only evening match.


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