NAIROBI – In a year where sporting events have been disrupted by the pandemic, it is a promising time for the Africa cup of nations and all the teams involved to make it stand out. In this article, we will be providing you with information into the league so far as well as projections for who we believe will be the winner.
Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers so far
It is that time of year again where the Africa cup of nations come back around the best of the best compete for the championships. With several parts of the group stages already been played and many more games to be played, the competition is truly anyone’s game at this time. But with Uganda winning a majority of their games played so far, the Ugandan team are currently in the second position in group B at this time.
The Performance of the Ugandan team so far.
Out of the last 5 games that they have played, there have been 1 loss 2 wins and a draw with another game yet to be played, this is an amazing start for the team in the league thus far. This performance coupled with the new team members has put the Ugandan team as one of the highest performing teams in the league at the time. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, many sporting events have had to accommodate to online betting for several other sporting events. With the virtual Grand National as well as the EPL all making use of online wagering platforms for virtual events in order to maintain lines of revenue as a result of live events being canceled, the industry of online sports betting is rapidly growing in countries like Uganda. This new way of interacting with sport is becoming a new way to interact with live sporting events when bookmakers are closed. In addition, this has also led to growth within this sector as companies are working to integrate online sports betting with VR to create a fully immersive experience when betting from your own home.
A win against South Sudan in their Africa Cup of Nations qualifier
With the first game between South Sudan and Uganda on the 12th of November, there was a slim but significant victory. With only a 1-0 victory in this match, there was no time for celebrating. With the team striving to achieve more, there was no celebration for the team at this time. In their most recent match-up on the 17th of November, South Uganda have come back fighting taking back the victory from Uganda as they head further into the group stages. AS the competition continues to heat up, many fans of the game are ready to see some of the star players hit the switch at this time to make it stand out from the rest.
Despite the pandemic, the qualifiers for the Africa Cup of nations is still going ahead. With strict covid-19 protocols in place, this can benefit you in the long term at this time.
Upcoming Match-ups for the Ugandan Team
Though the second lot of games already being played in the group stages, several match-ups are still yet to be played in 2021. With the next game for the Ugandan team set to take place on the 22nd of March and the 30th of March next year. This is set to be a deciding factor for the team and their continuation into the league. With a continuation of their current performance in the league thus far, this could be the beginning of a winning streak for the team in the near future.
Who can we expect to win the Africa Cup of Nations in 2022
With the performance of the Ugandan team at this time, there are several people assuming that the team may be in with a chance of winning the league overall. In addition to this, there are a number of other teams such as South Sudan, Gambia and Algeria that are performing well, and in a brilliant position to win the league in the near future. With Algeria winning the cup of nations in 2019, this was a huge win for the team that has seen them at an advantage as reigning champions, it is this dedication that may well see them win the league overall in 2022.
Whether you are a fan of the league or you are new to watching the league at this time, there is plenty that you can get excited about in the near future. Which team do you think will win?