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  • Togo vs Senegal tips for Tuesday's World Cup Group B qualifying match (16:00 GMT)
  • Senegal have not lost in five away fixtures
  • Can Togo extend their unbeaten run at home?
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Senegal to beat Togo away from home (Getty Images)

Togo vs Senegal Predictions


Togo came away with a point in their opening World Cup qualifier but will look to use their home-ground advantage to get the victory. Senegal started their campaign in style and will be hard to beat if they repeat that performance. Senegal is predicted to win to nil. 

  • Togo have won 3 of their last 6 home fixtures in all competitions.
  • Togo have scored 10 goals in 6 home matches in all competitions.
  • Togo have conceded 6 goals in 6 home games in all competitions.
  • Senegal have won 4 of their last 6 away fixtures in all competitions.
  • Senegal have scored 7 goals in 6 away matches in all competitions.
  • Senegal have conceded 6 goals in 6 away games in all competitions.

Head to Head


Togo and Senegal have recorded one victory each, including two draws in four meetings in World Cup qualifiers. 

Togo Form 


Togo drew 1-1 against Sudan away from home last week, ending their three-match winning streak.

Both goals came in the first half, with Sudan taking the lead from a spot kick after 17 minutes of play before Togo levelled matters two minutes before the halftime break.

Togo had nine shots in the match, with five attempts on target.

Togo have secured three wins in their last six games, including one loss and two draws. They have found the back of the net nine times and conceded five goals at the back.

The Sparrowhawks have been in solid form at home, registering three victories in their last six matches, including three daws. They have scored ten goals and conceded six.

Togo have been playing well and have not lost at home in nine fixtures, but it will be tough going against a Senegal side that was in great touch against Sudan. 

Togo News & Injuries


Head coach Paulo Duarte has made two changes to his squad after his side drew 1-1 against Sudan. Sadiq Fofana comes in for Philip Awuku, and Ayayi Zonor replaces Roland Amouzou.

Goalkeepers: Fabrice Kagbatawouli, Steven Mensah, Idrissa Ogodjo
Defenders: Mawouna Amevor, Sadiq Fofana, Ayayi Zonor, Loic Bessile, Dakonam Djene
Midfielders: Roger Aholou, Khaled Narey, Dermane Karim, Soulemane Ouro-Gafo, Alaixys Romao, Marouf Tchakei 
Forwards: Yaw Annor, Kodjo Aziangbe, Ihlas Bebou, Kevin Denkey, David Henen, Thibault Klidje, Kodjo Laba, Abdou Ouattara, Fessou Placca

Senegal Form


Senegal cruised to an easy 4-0 home victory over South Sudan in their opening FIFA World Cup qualifier on the weekend. 

Senegal had the perfect start against South Sudan, taking the lead in the first minute of the match before doubling their tally five minutes later and grabbing their third goal on the stroke of halftime.

The home side secured their fourth goal via a penalty kick after 56 minutes of play to wrap up proceedings. 

Senegal had 59% possession and 25 shots in the match, with ten attempts on target. 

The Lions of Teranga have recorded three victories in their last six fixtures, including one loss and two draws. They have scored 11 goals and conceded five.

Senegal have been in excellent form on their travels, winning four of their last six matches, including one defeat and one draw. They have netted seven goals and conceded six. 

Senegal dominated proceedings during their previous match and will be out to reproduce a similar display against Togo; however, their opponents won't be a walk in the park. 

Senegal Team & Injuries


Head coach Aliou Cisse will likely field the same starting XI that beat South Sudan. 

Sadio Made scored a brace against South Sudan in his 100th appearance for his country. 

Goalkeepers: Edouard Mendy, Seny Dieng, Mory Diaw
Defenders: Kalidou Koulibaly, Adbou Diallo, Moussa Niakhate, Fode Ballo Toure, Abdoulaye Seck, Ismail Jakobs, Noah Fadiga, Abdoulaye N. Ndiaye, Formose Mendy
Midfielders: Idrissa Gana Gueye, Cheikhou Kouyate, Nampalys Mendy, Pathe Ciss, Pape Matar Sarr, Lamine Camara, Dion Lopy, Krepin Diatta
Forwards: Sadio Mane, Boulaye Dia, Ismalia Sarr, Iliman Ndiaye, Habib Diallo, Nicolas Jackson

Verdict

Senegal were in great touch in their previous fixture and is tipped to come out on top in a competitive clash against Togo, with a win-to-nil performance and a 2-0 score at the final whistle.

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