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Senegal vs South Sudan live stream: How to watch World Cup Qualifying online

By Squawka News

Senegal vs South Sudan live stream: How to watch World Cup Qualifying online

Published: 10:02, 18 November 2023

Senegal host South Sudan in a World Cup qualifying match on Saturday at 7pm (UK time).

How to live stream Senegal vs South Sudan online:

Bet365* streams a selection of World Cup Qualifying matches live for account holders.

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After reaching the last-16 of the previous World Cup, Senegal now begin their quest to make it to the 2026 edition, hosted in the United States, Mexico and Canada. The Lions of Teranga are strong favourites to top Group B, which they share with DR Congo, Sudan, Togo, South Sudan and Mauritania. However, they come into this match in indifferent form with their 1-0 friendly win over Cameroon in October just their second victory in five matches. During that time, they’ve lost to Algeria and drawn with both Rwanda and Benin.

As for South Sudan, they’re ranked 167th in the world and currently enduring a run of four straight defeats in which they’ve scored just two goals, while their wider form has seen them lose seven of their last nine matches, winning once and drawing once. It’s going to be a tall order to challenge the likes of Senegal, DR Congo and Togo, who will likely be the three battling for the top two spots.

Scoreline prediction: Senegal 2-0 South Sudan

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