Burkina Faso

form

All
SWZ 1 - 3 BFA
W
BFA 2 - 0 CPV
W
BEL 3 - 0 BFA
L
RKS 5 - 0 BFA
L
BFA 3 - 3 * CMR
L
BFA 1 - 3 SEN
L
BFA 1 - 0 TUN
W
BFA * 1 - 1 GAB
W
CPV 0 - 1 BFA
W
CMR 2 - 1 BFA
L
Senegal

form

All
RWA 0 - 1 SEN
W
SEN 3 - 1 BEN
W
SEN * 1 - 0 EGY
W
EGY 1 - 0 SEN
L
SEN * 0 - 0 EGY
W
BFA 1 - 3 SEN
W
SEN 3 - 1 EQG
W
SEN 2 - 0 CPV
W
MWI 0 - 0 SEN
D
TOG 1 - 1 SEN
D
Head to Head
8 Matches (4 Draws)
1 Total wins 3
1 Home wins 1
0 Away wins 2
Last 5 Matches
0 Wins
3 Draw
2 Wins
BFA 1 - 3 SEN
BFA 2 - 2 SEN
SEN 0 - 0 BFA
BFA 1 - 1 SEN
SEN 5 - 1 BFA
5 Goals Scored 11
Games Over 2.5 Goals 3 / 5
Both Teams Scored 4 / 5
Team Comparison
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  • Distribution
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Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. ­­This will be the third Africa Cup of Nations encounter between Burkina Faso and Senegal and the first in the knock-out rounds, with Senegal unbeaten in the previous two matches in the group stages (W1 D1).
  2. Burkina Faso will play in their fourth semi-final match at the Africa Cup of Nations, having been eliminated in two of their previous three – last progressing to the final in 2013 (3-2 on penalties against Ghana).
  3. Senegal have won five of their last six knock-out matches at the Africa Cup of Nations, keeping four clean sheets and conceding just twice – with their only defeat the 2019 final, against Algeria (1-0).
  4. Senegal could reach the final of the Africa Cup of Nations for the third time – no team have played in more finals (2) without ever winning, while the Lions of Teranga could become the first side to play in consecutive finals since Egypt in 2010.
  5. Senegal’s Sadio Mané has scored seven goals from 27 shots at the Africa Cup of Nations since the start of 2017, with a shot conversion rate of 26% - only Nigeria’s Odian Ighalo (5/12 – 42%) has a better ratio among players to score four or more in that time.
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