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AFCON Odds: Africa Cup of Nations Group A Winner - Cameroon
Group A sees Cameroon, Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, and Ethiopia battle it out for a space in the knockout rounds, and unsurprisingly, Cameroon lead the way at 8/15 as the favourites for the number one spot in Group A.
Time hasn't passed so well for Cameroon in recent years, however, who haven't been able to replace and replicate the elite players they've seen down the years and now rely on the likes of Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting and the experience of Vincent Aboubakar, both who have a combined worth of 42 goals for their country.
The likes of Clinton N'Jie and André-Frank Zambo Anguissa will also be relied on for their excellence and experience, while Andre Onana returns to the side following his worldwide nine-month suspension.
Burkina Faso did finish third in 2017, however, they failed to qualify two years on from this and now rely on the young talent of Lassina Traore of Shakhtar Donestk more than anything.
Cape Verde and Ethiopia should not be of any concern for Cameroon.
CAMEROON TO WIN GROUP A @ 8/13
AFCON Odds: Africa Cup of Nations Group B Winner - Senegal
Zimbabwe, Guinea, and Malawi meet with Senegal in Group B of the AFCON, and it's clear to see why Senegal are the huge favourites to win this group.
Neither of the aforementioned three nations boasts any players of great excellence or reputation, however, the 2019 finalists still have an array of talent once more, with many top names playing them across European football.
Sadio Mane is the standout name for Senegal, and the Liverpool legend is closing in on both the all-time caps and goalscoring records for his country, where he needs just four more goals and 20 more caps to surpass Henri Camara's feats. The main man at the back remains Kalidou Koulibaly and he is heading to the competition injured and may not play, but remains there anyhow. The same applies for Ismalia Sarr, who, on the other hand to Koulibaly, will almost certainly not play.
The likes of Lamine Gassama, Keita Balde, Abdallah Sima, Mbaye Diagne, Youssouf Sabaly, and Cheikh N'Doye make up an impressive Senegal side, as they look to make amends for their final defeat two years ago.
AFCON Odds: Africa Cup of Nations Group B Winner
SENEGAL @ 2/7
AFCON Odds: Africa Cup of Nations Group C Winner - Ghana
Group C makes up arguably the most competitive area of the AFCON this year as Morocco narrowly lead the way as the favourites at 4/5, however, Ghana at 15/8 is our pick for this group with Gabon and Comoros not expected to make an impact. Gabon do have Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang, but that's it.
Morocco boast arguably a better squad than most at this year's competition, with Achraf Hakimi being the standout name alongside Youssef En-Nesyri and Romain Saiss. However, without Hakim Ziyech, their team has taken a big blow ahead of the competition and En-Nesyri is going to be relied on more than ever, with Sofian Boufal and Ayou El Kaabiu only scoring a combined eight times across 37 appearances for Morocco.
Morocco's team sees top flight talent indeed, however, we think Ghana are flying under the radar here a little bit, with Jeffery Schlupp's decent form for Crystal Palace, while Thomas Partey has an incredible 12 goals from 34 appearances all the way from centre midfield for his nation. Young talents like Felix Afena-Gyan and Kwame Opoku are getting a lot of praise too, while players like Alfred Duncan and Kasim Nuhu should turn up as well. Ligue 1 talents, Nicholas Opoku and Gideon Mensah should also not be overlooked.
All in all, we think Ziyech's miss is going to be felt too greatly for Morocco and the physical nature of Ghana are this year's underdogs for us.
AFCON Odds: Africa Cup of Nations Group C Winner
GHANA TO WIN GROUP C @ 15/8
AFCON Odds: Africa Cup of Nations Group D Winner - Nigeria
Nigeria and Egypt - similarly to Group C - make up a likely two-horse race for the top spot as arguably the world's very best player takes centre stage, Mohamed Salah. Sudan and Guinea-Bissau should not be a threat as the other two names in this group, and the Liverpool legend may end up having a field day against them.
However, as great as Salah is and he could well be the best in the world right now, Egypt are quite literally a one-man team. The winger leads the way this year once again as the Premier League's top scorer with 15 ahead of his trip to the AFCON and he boasts 45 goals in 75 games for his nation already
Mohamed Elneny is the man in midfield for them, however, given how he has played just six times in the league this year for Arsenal, we can't exactly put him in the highest bracket of importance. Aston Villa man, Trézéguet, is with Egypt too, but he has just two league goals from 21 outings this season and in fact, has a torrid record of nine goals in 63 appearances for the Midlands outfit.
Nigeria are missing Emmanuel Dennis and Victor Osimhen for this one, which has brought them from being one of the favourites for the trophy, to now second-favourites in their group alone.
William Troost-Ekong, Ola Aina, Kenneth Omeruo, and Leon Balogun make up a solid defence for Nigeria, however, Joe Aribo, Kelechi Iheanacho, and Ahmed Musa will be the main men here, and despite missing two of Europe's most in-form players in Dennis and Osimhen, they remain a more well-rounded squad than Egypt.
AFCON Odds: Africa Cup of Nations Group D Winner
NIGERIA @ 5/4
AFCON Odds: Africa Cup of Nations Group E Winner - Algeria
AFCON champions of 2019 Algeria lead the way as the favourites in Group E, with Ivory Coast set to challenge them as the second-favourites at 2/1, with Sierra Leone and Equatorial Guinea a whopping 33/1 and 40/1 to win the group, respectively.
Riyad Mahrez joins the Algeria squad once again and the reason for them being the favourites here is mainly due to the fact that the team is near enough the exact same as the one that won the competition last time around. Manager Djamel Belmadi is also still in his role as the head coach too, with Aïssa Mandi, Raïs M'Bolhi, Sofiane Feghouli, and Ismaël Bennacer all continuing in their roles from two years ago.
Islam Slimani has 38 goals for his nation in 79 outings and will always be a threat, while Baghdad Bounedjah has 22 goals for Algeria, and superstar captain, Mahrez, has 26 from 69 caps. Moreover, Algeria have since seen the additions of Saïd Benrahma and Napoli man, Adam Ounas, since the 2019 triumph.
Ivory Coast still boast a brilliant squad these days and have easily the best front three at the AFCON this year with Nicolas Pepe on the right, Wilfried left, and Sebastien Haller down the middle after the Ajax star switched allegiance from France last year - he has 33 goals in 45 games since switching West Ham United for the Eredivisie.
Maxwel Cornet is also in there with Jean Michael Seri of Fulham too, while AC Milan star Franck Kessie enters the competition as one of the most-watched players in Europe. Serge Aurier, Willy Boly, and Eric Bailly make up arguably the best defence at the competition too, especially considering Koulibaly is barely fit for Senegal right now.
However, Algeria's AFCON throne looks too comfortable with them and they should get to the top of the group here.
AFCON Odds: Africa Cup of Nations Group E Winner
IVORY COAST @ 2/1
AFCON Odds: Africa Cup of Nations Group F Winner - Tunisia
Tunisia and Mali are the two nations set to battle it out in Group F, although Gambia will give it a decent go. Mauritania, on the other hand, are just happy to be playing in their second-ever AFCON tournament.
Mali do have an abundance of Ligue 1 talent in their squad, however, all attention falls with Bundesliga stars Diadie Samassékou and Amadou Haidara, while RB Salzburg star, Mohamed Camara, should also be one to watch. Moussa Djenepo is their best route to goals, although he is yet to score for Southampton this season.
Tunisia don't boast an array of talent like other sides in the league, however, a solid defence made up of Dylan Bronn of Metz, Mohamed Dräger of Nottingham Forest, and Arsenal's Omar Rekik does give them a solid foundation. Wahbi Khazri remains their main man up top with 22 goals in 65 games for his country and he has four league goals in nine Ligue 1 outings this year.
Mali will be underdogs with a big bite given their talent, however, Tunisia should make easy work of it in truth.