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Congo DR vs Mali prediction, odds and free betting tips (11/06/21)

In this betting preview, we look at the international fixture between Congo DR and Mali on June 11. The two sides have had uninspiring results in recent history and anything can happen as they lock horns with each other for bragging rights on the African continent.

Congo DR vs Mali: Top Free Betting Tips

This section provides the best predictions for the game along with free betting tips.

Prediction 1

  • Market: Match Winner
  • Our tip: Congo DR
  • Odds: Odds not yet available

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Prediction 2

  • Market: Over/Under 2.5
  • Our tip: Under 2.5
  • Odds: Odds not yet available

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Prediction 3

  • Market: Both teams to score
  • Our tip: No
  • Odds: Odds not yet available

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Congo DR to Win

Hector Cuper and Mohamed Magassouba pit the wits against each other for bragging rights on the African continent. Both sides have gone through an inconsistent patch, failing to string together a run of victories. The Leopards are at home and unbeaten in their three H2H meetings at home. With Mali losing their last two matches on the road, expect Congo DR to take home the win.

Total Goals: Under 2.5

This fixture has seen the Under 2.5 prediction come true in two of the last three matches. Moreover, it is consistent with results in Mali's recent away outings. Less than three goals have been seen in four successive matches where the Eagles have been on the road. With just two of Congo DR's last ten home matches seeing the Over 2.5 come true, it looks unlikely that the trend will reverse on June 11.

Both Teams to Score: No

Hector Cuper's men have impressed at home, keeping their rivals silent in low scoring fixtures. Five of their six recent home fixtures have seen a clean sheet at the full-time whistle. Mali's recent results are consistent with this prediction, the Eagles failing to trouble the scorers in 1-0 defeats to Algeria and Guinea. With Congo winning the last match 3-0, the result should be in line with our expectations.

Congo DR vs Mali: Team News and Match Preview

Congo DR

The Leopards have lost three of their last five matches, losing their way in the African Cup of Nations in the process. With the 2022 World Cup qualification still up in the air, Hector Cuper needs to address their slide. All eyes will be on Cédric Bakambu to lead them from the front. The Beijing Guoan forward is the most experienced player for Congo DR and is closing in on Dieumerci Mbokani record for most goals for the Leopards.


The Eagles have fallen from their lofty high standards. After going through 11 matches unbeaten they have lost three in four. Mohamed Magassouba needs to address his side's falling efforts in front, failing to get on the scoreboard in the three matches they have lost. The onus of responsibility lies on the forward lineup but with just seven goals amongst them, Magassouba needs to find other solutions. One of the alternatives to come forward is Anasser Ag Achratoune, who has impressed for Tevragh Zeïnag and is in line to make his international debut.

Top Betting Odds and Stats for Congo DR vs Mali

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FAQs regarding Congo DR vs Mali Coverage and Accessibility

Congo DR vs Mali prediction

When is the match scheduled?

The match will take place on 11 June 2021 at 14:00 GMT.

Who are the top players to watch?

After impressing for Tevragh Zeïnag, Anasser Ag Achratoune is in-line to make his debut for the Eagles.

Who is the favourite?

Congo DR are favourites at odds of “Odds not yet available.”

Owais Khan

From a background in public relations to an analytical mindset as a business analyst, Owais discovered his profound passion for football writing. Now, with over a decade of experience, he has captured the essence of the game in the sprawling maidans of Pakistan and now dedicates himself to observing the compelling journey of 1860 Munich in 3. Liga.

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