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It started with a defeat in its first World Cup group, losing to Ecuador, 2-0. It is the first World Cup host to lose in its opening match, with the last 16 nations managing to win their first game in the tournament they hosted. Goalkeeper Saad Al-Sheeb, who plays for Al-Sadd SC, was the weakest player on the pitch against Ecuador, conceding a rude penalty in the 16th minute and looking hesitant throughout. He was not there offensively against Ecuador, the changes also came late, after the 70th minute and in a number of 2, too little to produce a change in the team. The coach Félix Sánchez Bas gives the impression that his squad is too small and so he will most likely go with the same first 11 as against Ecuador. Mohammed Muntari, a player who came on after the 70th minute, had the hosts’ best chance of scoring, his shot going just over the crossbar.

They also started on the wrong foot in Group A, losing 2-0 to the Netherlands. Not a bad game against the European team, but the players were not inspired in front of goal, while in defence, Chelsea goalkeeper Mendy “buried” his team with the blunders of the two goals. Abdou Diallo and Cheikhou Kouyate were injured in the duel with the “batsmen” and are uncertain for this game. Aliou Cisse will therefore make two changes to the first 11 he is willing to make, Cheikhou Kouyate will be replaced by the younger Pape Sarr, Spurs player, while Abdou Diallo will be replaced by Jakobs. Nicolas Jackson came on quite well in the Netherlands game, and if the African Champions’ forwards look as uninspiring in front of goal as they did against Holland, he is likely to come off the bench early. Another standout of the duel with the Netherlands was Watford striker Ismaila Sarr, who also received the highest score from the Senegalese, as he played freely in the position where the Africans’ big absentee, Sadio Mane, was supposed to play. 

Senegal-Win Odds: 2.00
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Author: Daniel Morgan