Mohamed Salah is Egypt’s key player, scoring 39 goals in 62 appearances for his country, and providing the team’s main source of goals. Mbwana Samatta plays his club football in Belgium and with 17 goals in 48 caps the striker is Tanzania’s danger man. We’re confident that Egypt will win to nil on Thursday and have predicted a final scoreline of 2-0. Egypt have won all of their previous games against Tanzania, have the home advantage, and are the form favourites heading into Thursday’s match.
Chapecoense were defeated by Góias last time out and head into this match with four losses in the last five matches, which is due to their leaky defence. Fluminense are struggling for consistency in their performances. However, they were able to neutralise Flamengo's offensive power last time around, which could boost them into Friday's game. This should be a hard-fought match between teams who are dealing with a lot of injury concerns. A draw is on the cards.