Forecast for the match Burkina Faso – Tunisia on 29/01/2022
28.01.2022 • 12:41
Burkina Faso is attempting to play football as their country is under a military takeover. It is understandable that athletes would find it difficult to concentrate only on sports in such circumstances. On the other hand, the “stallions” on this CAN appear to be pretty substantial. Yes, they started the tournament with a 1-2 record, but the national squad did face Cameroon. Then it was a victory versus Cape Verde, followed by a 1-1 draw with Ethiopia to qualify for the playoffs. After missing out on a regular-time victory against Gabon due to an own goal, the squad nonetheless advanced to the quarterfinals, although only after a long and dramatic penalty shootout. And in the 1/8 final, despite missing out on a regular-time victory against Gabon due to an own goal, the squad nevertheless advanced to the quarterfinals, but only after a long and dramatic penalty shootout, with a score of 7-6.
The current cup restrictions have favoured Tunisia. In the final, group stage, 24 teams compete at the CAN, much like in the current Euro. Following that are 16, which include the top four of the six “thirds.”The “Carthaginian eagles,” who lost Mali and Gambia but defeated Mauritania, were an example of this. But it was them who created one of the key sensations in the 1/8, when Msakni knocked out such a favourite as Nigeria on the basis of the lone ball.
Burkina Faso had a remarkable amount of success against Tunisia. He won three times (but only once in a penalty shootout), and the other occasion was a tie.