Stake on these five international matches for a chance to win extra cash.
DR Congo to win against Madagascar: DR Congo are favorites in today's encounter since they last lost to Madagascar in 2000. Congo are placed in third position with their opponents at the last spot with no point.
Tunisia to win against Mauritania: Tunisia will punish Mauritania who has never posed any threat to the Group B leaders.
Tanzania to win against Benin: Tanzania are currently leading their Group and they drew with Benin away in their last encounter. Today's match will be played in Tanzania and the hosts will capitalise on this.
Iraq to win against Lebanon: These teams have garnered a point from two matches. However, Iraq has only lost once in their last five encounters.
Mali to win against Kenya: Mali has a stronger team than Kenya's since a majority of their players play international football. Mali has never lost to Kenya with their worst performance being a draw in 1972.
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