Dakar - Tunisia fancy their chances of picking up their third straight win in their African Cup of Nations qualifying campaign when they travel to Dakar on Friday to face Senegal at the Stade Léopold Sédar Senghor in a Group G encounter, SuperSport reports.
Both teams have started their qualification for Morocco 2015 in fine fashion with wins in their opening two games, but statistics suggest Tunisia will have the edge over Senegal heading into Saturday’s tie.
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There is a rich history between Senegal and Tunisia with the two countries having met in 17 previous encounters since 1963. Of those matches Tunisia have eight wins compared to Senegal’s three while six have ended in draws.
Those 17 games have produced 31 goals with Tunisia finding the back of the net 21 times compared to Senegal’s 10 strikes.
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