With just 12 spots in the 2024 Women’s AFCON, Uganda vs Algeria is set to lock horns in the first round of the Women’s AFCON qualifiers. Check this guide to find out how to place your Women AFCON betting in Tanzania.
Uganda vs Algeria Betting Odds
Uganda vs Algeria betting odds show the probability of each side winning or drawing the game. Below is a table showing the odds of both teams.
Uganda vs Algeria Head2Head
This is not the first time Uganda and Algeria will play against each other. Please find below their head-to-head over the years.
Recommended Tip of the Game
It’s essential for bettors to know the best strategies before placing bets on this game. The following tips will help you.
Check Recent Form
The first thing bettors want to check before placing a wager on Uganda vs Algeria is to check each team’s recent form. The team that has been in its best form recently is likely to win the game because they have a better rhythm and will be more confident.
Wait for Team News
We recommend our readers check the team news of each side before placing their bets.
Check out if the two teams are missing key players due to injuries or suspension. The probability of a team winning increases when they have their best players around.
Study Past Experiences
Another tip to help you is to check each team’s experience in the Women AFCON.
While Algeria has played in 5 Women AFCON tournaments, Uganda has qualified for only 2. Thus, Algeria might be more experienced in securing a place in the competition.
Uganda are in excellent form in recent games, winning two and drawing one of their last three games. The side looks ready to qualify for their third Women’s AFCON and second successive appearance.
They will also look to go a step further, having not made it past the group stages in their past two appearances.
Algeria’s recent form has not been good enough compared to Uganda, having lost their last two games to Senegal. However, they have a better record at the Women’s AFCON, which means they know what it takes to reach the tournament.
Below are the lineups we can expect.
Uganda: Ruth Arturo, Sumayah Komuntale, Asia Nakibuuka, Shadia Nankya, Aisha Nantongo, Joan Nabirye, Shamirah Nalugya, Hasifah Nassuna, Fauzia Najjemba, Sandra Nabweteme, and Resty Nanziri.
Algeria: Hamina Haleyi, Morgane Belkhiter, Imane Chebel, Sofia Guellati, Wassila Alouache, Hanna Boubezari, Lina Khelif, Sylia Koui, Ines Boutaleb, Wissem Bouzid, and Imene Merrouche.
Bet on Uganda vs Algeria
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Uganda vs Algeria FAQs
We will wrap up this guide with answers to some common questions about Women’s AFCON qualifiers.
When is Uganda playing against Algeria?
The game is set to be held on September 20 2023.
Where can I watch Uganda vs Algeria?
Players can watch the game on various bookmakers offering live streaming in Tanzania. You only need to register an account to watch this game.
Are there any notable football players from Uganda and Algeria?
No, there are no notable players from Uganda and Algeria’s women’s National teams.
What are the odds of Uganda vs Algeria?
Algeria will have the best possibility of qualifying for the second round of the qualifier after the first two games of the first round. However, Uganda will be a threat in this first game.
In the world of Tanzanian football, players like Mbwana Samatta and Simon Msuva have made their mark in international leagues. While there may not be any notable players from Uganda and Algeria’s women’s National teams at the moment, this qualifier game might just be the stage for young talents to shine and make their way into the spotlight like their Tanzanian counterparts.