Ivory coast vs Mozambique
Ivory Coast will be looking to retain top position in Group D standings when they will be hosting Mozambique at Stade de L’Amitie Stadium. The Elephants are eyeing their fourth consecutive victory in Group, but they will have to do it without Premier League star Wilfried Zaha this time out due to suspension. In Zaha’s absence, a key and very important player to keep an eye on in the home team will be Arsenal striker Nicolous Pepe, who is likely to prove a handful for the opposition back-line today.
The away football team Mozambique are not enjoying a qualifying campaign to remember in their History, with the team sitting in the ultimate position in the standings with only one point in their pocket . The Bottom side team are on a three-game losing streak in Group D this year, and they are unlikely to spoil Ivory Coast’s party in Cotonou today away from home. It has to be noted that the two national teams played out a goalless draw at Estadio do Zimpeto earlier this year
Predictions Ivory e Win 3-1
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